Uorfi Javed Lashes Out At Bombay High Court’s Verdict On Molestation; Says, ‘Touching Anyone Without Their Consent Is A Crime’

Uorfi Javed took to social media to comment on Bombay High Court’s recent verdict of a man expressing his love by touching a young girl’s hand doesn’t count as molestation

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Uorfi Javed Lashes Out At Bombay High Court’s Verdict On Molestation; Says, ‘Touching Anyone Without Their Consent Is A Crime’
After breaking stereotypes surrounding clothes, television actress Uorfi Javed has been commenting on many socio-political and religious topics. The internet sensation made a name for herself through her ‘best out of waste’ outfits. Known for sharing her unabashed views through her official social media handles, she enjoys a huge fanbase and is often seen spreading awareness through her statements. 

Recently, Uorfi took to social media to lash out at the Bombay High Court for their recent verdict. The Bigg Boss OTT star took to her Instagram story and shared a post that shed light on HC’s statement. The post read, “As per the Bombay High Court, expressing love by holding a girl’s hand is not molestation.” Reacting to the post, the 25-year-old diva wrote, “Ummm! Touching anyone without their consent is a crime! Period! Keywords – ANYONE, CONSENT.” ALSO READ: WHAT! A Cab Driver Steals Uorfi Javed's Luggage While In Delhi, Actress Recalls Her HORRIBLE Experience; Says, ‘Kept Calling And Abusing Me’


This is not the first time Uorfi has spoken out about such trivial topics. Earlier in January, the internet sensation had also bashed spiritual leader Sadhguru for his toxic mentality towards the LGBTQIA+ community. ALSO READ: Uorfi Javed Lashes Out At Sadhguru For Calling The LGBTQ Community A Campaign; Says, ‘Your Brain Is Small’- WATCH

Talking about the case, Bombay HC granted anticipatory bail to a man, who was accused of molesting a minor 17-year-old girl. The father of the victim had lodged a complaint against the auto rickshaw driver under relevant provisions of the Indian Penal Code for molestation. 

As reported by India.com, the court in it’s order stated, “From the accusations that are levelled, it can be seen, prima facie, there is no case of any sexual harassment as it is not the case of the prosecution that the applicant held her hand with any sexual intent”. It further opined “Assuming for a moment he expressed his liking for her, since there is no sexual intent indicated from the statement of the victim girl, prima facie, the accused deserves protection from arrest.”
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