The Malayalam actress who was kidnapped and assaulted in Kochi on February 2017 has written a moving letter to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan.
In the latest development, the actress has written an open letter to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan to throw light on the victim shaming she is being subjected to by one of his cabinet ministers PC George.
The letter was published on the Women in Cinema Collective facebook page.
Following the gruesome incident, scores of people came in support of the young actress.
However, the likes of PC George resorted to defaming the actress who joined work after the attack. George has been known for make several scathing remarks against the actress.
Even after Women’s Commission took action against the minister, he continued his tirade against the victim.
The actress has written to the chief minister to bring to light the victimisation she has been subjected to.
George had said, “If she was attacked how can she act in movies the very next day.” The ministers comments were received with widespread criticism.
In her letter she mentioned that she got the courage to join work because of the motivation from her colleagues.
She concluded letter by saying that no assaulted women should be insulted in public like this.
She emphasised her trust in CM Pinarayi hoping that justice will be delivered.