Kathua case: Pawan Kalyan feels that rapists should be skinned in public

Speaking about the Kathua incident, Pawan Kalyan said that it was disturbing and added that rapists should be skinned in public

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Pawan Kalyan

On Saturday, actor-turned-politician Pawan Kalyan interacted with members of his Jana Sena party and commenting on the infamous Kathua rape and murder case. Reacting to the rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl, The ‘Power Star’ said that those who indulge in such terrible activities should be skinned in public view. He went on to add that he was deeply moved by the incident and found it to be disturbing.

“It is a very disturbing incident happened in our country. People started worrying about the safety of their daughters and women in family. As a brother, I can understand how insecure a girl would feel in such society,” he added.

He also recalled the time when he had ‘pick up the stick’ and defend some female artistes from a few bad elements during a shoot.
Well, these are some strong words and are bound to ruffle a few feathers.

In case you did not know, PK is currently focusing fully on his political career and has put films on hold. He was last seen in the Sankranthi release Agnyaathavaasi and failed to impress critics with his act. The film opened to a good response at the box office despite receiving negative reviews. Unfortunately, it could not capitalise on the good opening and proved to be a commercial disappointment.

On a related note, last month, PK had said that he entered politics to serve society and not make personal gains

“I am an Indian first and an Indian last. My country calls me to serve and I will serve. The nation needs committed individuals to come to the fore. Instead of asking others to do it, I decided to walk that path myself. My political journey is a lifelong journey. I did not enter politics to grab political opportunity but to serve society and guard the public’s interest. I am a man for the people, of the people and by the people,” he had added
So, will PK succeed as a politician? Do you agree with his views on the Kathua case? Tell us in the space below.

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