Mysuru Rape Case: Actress Pranitha Calls The Incident Shocking And Condemnable, Seeks Justice For Victim

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Updated: Sunday, August 29, 2021, 2:19

The
gang-rape
of
a
22-year-old
MBA
student
and
assault
to
her
male
friend
by
a
group
of
men
in
Mysuru
has
left
the
country
in
deep
shock.
While
the
victim
and
her
male
friend
are
undergoing
treatment
at
the
local
hospital,
the
incident
is
picking
steam
and
people
are
expressing
their
resentment
through
social
media
platforms.

xfilmibeat-1623134631.jpg.pagespeed.ic.8VQDr-3ABa.jpgPranitha
Subhash
Says
She
Regrets
Not
Getting
A
Theatrical
Release
For
Her
Debut
Hindi
Film

Kannada
actress
Pranitha
Subash,
recently
seen
in
Bollywood
film

Bhuj:
The
Pride
of
India
,
took
to
the
multi-lingual
microblogging
platform
Koo
to
express
her
anger
over
the
horrific
incident.
She
posted
a
Koo
saying,
“We
belong
to
the
country
where
women
are
worshiped
as
Goddesses.
It
is
heart-breaking
to
witness
such
a
horrific
incident
in
the
motherland
of
Goddess
Chamundi,
who
killed
demons.
It
is
impossible
to
imagine
that
such
an
event
took
place
in
the
city
of
Mysore
that
is
known
for
its
rich
culture.”

xpranitha-1630149594.jpg.pagespeed.ic.8VQDr-3ABa.jpg

She
added,
“It
is
high
time
that
the
ongoing
exploitation
of
women
is
strictly
prohibited,
and
justice
must
be
served
to
the
victims
-the
culprits
must
be
punished.
Let’s
uplift
the
honor
of
women

let’s
protect
her
dignity
to
protect
the
honor
of
the
society.”

xpranithasubhash-1584597538-1617368268.jpg.pagespeed.ic.IvRNI-bMM1.jpgPranitha
Subhash
Feels
Unlike
Bollywood,
South
Film
Industry
Accepts
Actresses
The
Way
They
Are

According
to
the
latest
reports,
the
Mysuru
city
police
have
arrested
five
persons
in
connection
with
the
rape
case.
Another
accused
is
still
absconding.
Reportedly,
the
five
accused
arrested
are
residents
of
Tamil
Nadu’s
Sathyamangalam
(Erode
district).

As
per
the
The
Times
of
India’s
latest
report,
the
arrested,
who
are
in
their
mid-20s
are
habitual
offenders
facing
various
criminal
charges.
The
six
were
allegedly
under
the
influence
of
alcohol
when
the
incident
happened.
The
report
further
claims
that
the
victim
and
her
friend
were
threatened
for
nearly
two
hours.
The
gang
members
allegedly
recorded
the
crime
and
demanded
Rs
3
lakh
from
the
two
survivors.

The
victim,
an
MBA
student
studying
in
Mysuru
was
gang-raped
on
August
24,
when
she
along
with
her
friend
were
returning
from
Chamundi
Hills.
Reportedly,
her
male
friend
was
also
assaulted.
The
girl
was
later
admitted
to
a
hospital
where
she
narrated
the
incident
to
the
police
officers
investigating
the
crime.


For
women
in
distress
help
available
at,
Central
Social
Welfare
Board
-Police
Helpline:
1091/
1291,
(011)
23317004;
Shakti
Shalini-
women’s
shelter:
(011)
24373736/
24373737;
All
India
Women’s
Conference:
10921/
(011)
23389680;
Joint
Women’s
Programme:
(011)
24619821;
Sakshi-
violence
intervention
center:
(0124)
2562336/
5018873;
Nirmal
Niketan
(011)
27859158;
JAGORI
(011)
26692700;
Nari
Raksha
Samiti:
(011)
23973949;
RAHI
Recovering
and
Healing
from
Incest.
A
support
centre
for
women
survivors
of
child
sexual
abuse:
(011)
26238466/
26224042,
26227647.

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