Ahead of World Children's Day, Ayushmann Khurrana raises voice towards little one violence

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Ahead of the World Children’s Day that falls on November 20, actor Ayushmann Khurrana on Wednesday raised his voice towards little one violence and took a pledge to finish it. The Article 15 actor who can also be a UNICEF celeb advocate, took to Instagram to share a video of himself the place he’s seen speaking about how the COVID-19 pandemic has been a troublesome part for youngsters.

“As we know that COVID-19 has not been easy for anyone and especially children making them more vulnerable to violence. We can prevent it by being aware and by protecting those around us,” he mentioned. Khurrana went on to state how males bear a higher duty to create a safer surroundings for everybody together with kids.

“And as men and boys we have the responsibility to be better role models because we know that often it’s we men who are perpetrators of violence. As a UNICEF celebrity advocate, I am committed to ending violence against children,” the Vicky Donor actor mentioned.

“I would like you to join in doing so. You can support UNICEF by lending your voice, time or money. Every support counts. On this World Children’s Day, let us pledge to end violence against children,” he added.

First established in 1954, World Children’s Day is well known on November 20 yearly with an intention to advertise consciousness about kids’s rights and to enhance kids’s welfare.

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