Censuring the brutality that emitted in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), entertainer Sunny Leone on Thursday said that the nation should discover answers for issues with no viciousness.
“I think the biggest issue I would like to address is violence. I don’t believe in violence. I believe that there might be an answer without violence,” Leone told ANI on being asked to react to what happened at the varsity. “It’s not just the victim whose getting hurt but it’s also a family who is getting hurt, it’s also the idea of young people out there not feeling safe in this world anymore. I beg everybody to please stop the violence and let’s figure out a solution without hurting each other,” added the 38-year-old actor.
Earlier on Sunday evening, in excess of 18 understudies of the college including JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh were harmed and were taken to the AIIMS Trauma Center after a veiled horde entered the varsity and assaulted them and educators with sticks and poles.
The JNU organization and pioneers, cutting crosswise over political lines, have denounced the assault on understudies and encouraged the police to make a move against the culprits.