Violence has to end
Lives of many children and young people cannot be marred with memories of violence, abuse and cruelty whether they are at homes or in open and closed public places. Raising hands, harassing, beating children and young people to death, and being aggressive to others is not heroic or justified in any shape or form. Beating or lynching carried out by an individual or aggressive mob in any context whatsoever should be considered as a grave crime. Those with a responsibility to stop it or those standing by and watching it happen without trying to stop it are equally responsible. We have to stop violence together.
It is everyone’s responsibility and duty.