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    Many Bollywood celebrities including Priyanka Chopra, Kareena Kapoor demanded justice in Tuticorin case
    NBS | Sunday, June 28th, 2020 | Published: 11:01 pm

    Many Bollywood celebrities including Priyanka Chopra, Kareena Kapoor demanded justice in Tuticorin caseMany Bollywood celebrities including Priyanka Chopra, Kareena Kapoor demanded justice in Tuticorin case

    Online Desk – The death of father-son P. Jayaraj and Jay Fenix ​​due to alleged police harassment in Tamil Nadu has been condemned by many Bollywood celebrities including Priyanka Chopra, Kareena Kapoor and Taapsee Pannu and demanding justice for the victims.

    It is noteworthy that the police arrested Jayaraj and Fenix ​​from Satankulam in Tuticorin district of Tamil Nadu for violating the lockdown rules .


    Both died in a hospital in Kovilpatti on 23 June. The family alleged that the policemen brutally beaten the father and son at the Satanakulam police station, which led to his death.

    Priyanka Chopra tweeted that such cruelty makes her angry and the guilty should be punished. She said that I am absolutely shocked, sad and angry from what I am hearing. Such cruelty cannot be done to any human being irrespective of his crime. The guilty should not be left without punishment. We need concrete action.

    Priyanka wrote that I cannot even imagine the pain that the suffering family is going through. I pray for them. We should use our collective voice to bring justice to Jayaraj and Phenix.

    Kareena said through Instagram that everyone should try to ensure that such an incident does not happen again. He wrote that no matter what the circumstances, such cruelty is unacceptable. As a society, I will continue to speak on this until justice is found and try that such an incident does not happen again.

    It is noteworthy that after the incident of father-son death, the social media is seeing resentment and the hashtag Justice for jairaj and phenix is ​​trending.

    Taapsee said that he is saddened to read about the incident. He tweeted that this is probably just one incident in many events but only one event starts bearing down. Justice for jairaj and phenix. It can happen to anyone. The description of the incident is frightening and sad.

    Strongly criticizing the police, Parineeti Chopra said that it is unthinkable that the system which was made to protect the people turned against them.

    He tweeted that when we are in danger we go to the police. How can they themselves be a threat? Every policeman who is involved in this incident should be punished. I cannot even imagine the pain that father and son suffered. The hashtag j Justice for jairaj and phenix.

    Describing the incident as 'national shame', actor Ritesh Deshmukh said that reading about this incident makes my soul tremble. We should unite against this barbaric and cruelty.

    Actor and comedian Veer Das said that his death is scary and wrong and everyone should demand immediate action.

    It is noteworthy that this incident has created an atmosphere of anger across the country after which 4 policemen including two sub-inspectors were suspended.
    Chief Minister K Palaniswami announced on Sunday that his government has decided to refer the matter to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)


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