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Ayushmann Khurrana joins POSCO, teams up with UNICEF to fight child sexual abuse

The 'Article 15' actor recently shot a video on the same.

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Oct 22, 2019, 02.58 PM IST
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In the video, Ayushmann Khurrana said that he wants to spread the word on matters that are important to the country and matters that need urgent attention.
MUMBAI: Actor Ayushmann Khurrana has teamed up with the government and UNICEF to speak up against sexual abuse of children.

The 'Article 15' actor has been roped in by UNICEF for Ministry of Women and Child Development's key initiative - the POCSO Act.

The ministry aims to make people aware of the protection and legal support that the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO) offers against child sexual abuse.

Ayushmann, who shot a video on this recently, said: "As a socially conscious citizen, I would always want to spread the word on matters that are important to our country and matters that need urgent attention."

"POCSO is a hugely important step taken by the ministry to make people aware of the protection and legal support that the act offers against child sexual abuse. Crimes against children are the most heinous and I applaud the government and UNICEF's stand on protecting the future generations of our country," he added.

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Times Power Women and Men – West 2019 celebrated the achievers who made it their mission to serve society.Times Power Women & Men – West 2019, held at The Sofitel, powered by Vinay Aranha Group, celebrated the men and women who have brought about positive changes in society. The event saw the felicitation of achievers to acknowledge their contribution in the fields of education, health, sports, real estate, corporate, fashion, social causes, music, bureaucracy, theatre, film, writing, philanthropy, art and more.The event was graced by actors like Shilpa Shetty Kundra, Ayushmann Khurrana, Geeta Kapoor, and Remo D’Souza, who applauded the change agents for their incredible work in respective fields. The felicitation was based on the contribution of various individuals in different fields/categories and have been selected by an internal panel of the publishing house. Luxury Automobile Partner of the event was Mercedes Benz– Auto Hangar.
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