Demand Accountability for Alleged Animal Abuse by Celebrities on Pilgrimage

Target: Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India

Goal: Ensure celebrities adhere to ethical treatment of animals during public appearances

A concerning incident allegedly involving Shilpa Shetty and Shamita Shetty has come to light, drawing significant backlash online. As they ascended to the Mata Vaishno Devi shrine, the Shetty sisters were reportedly seen riding horses, a situation some have deemed animal abuse. This alleged act in India’s Jammu and Kashmir raises critical questions about public figures’ ethical standards during their appearances.

In videos shared on social media, the sisters, known for their advocacy of fitness and wellness, opted for horseback rather than walking to the sacred site, sparking widespread outrage. This choice has led many to question the sincerity of their fitness advocacy, suggesting a disconnect between their public personas and private actions. Online commentators have expressed dismay, pointing out the alleged unnecessary strain placed on the animals for the sake of convenience and luxury.

The alleged actions of the Shetty sisters have not only potentially harmed the animals but also set a questionable example for their followers. It is crucial that public figures lead by example, demonstrating respect and care for all living beings. Ensure that celebrities are held accountable for their actions, promoting a shift towards more ethical behavior that aligns with the values they publicly endorse.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear PM Modi,

We write to you deeply concerned about the alleged incident involving prominent figures Shilpa Shetty and Shamita Shetty, who were reportedly seen riding horses up to the Mata Vaishno Devi shrine. This act, captured and shared across various social media platforms, has been widely criticized and is perceived by many as a form of animal abuse.

The public relies on individuals like the Shetty sisters to set a positive example in all aspects of behavior, including the ethical treatment of animals. It is imperative that actions allegedly contrary to this responsibility are addressed and not overlooked merely because of a person’s public status or influence.

We urge you to take immediate action to investigate this matter thoroughly and to implement stricter guidelines that ensure all public figures adhere to ethical practices in their public and private lives. Accountability in these situations is essential to uphold the moral integrity our society strives for.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Kapil Pal


4 Comments

  1. Shetty? HOW ABOUT SHITTY PEOPLE?!

  2. Jaime Perez says:

    These two idiots are nothing but liars to the public! Shame on them for abusing the poor horses.

  3. All the plastic in their tits and botox in their faces has rotted their brains clearly. Any fool knows a pilgrimage is “on foot” doh. That was a big ol waste of time girls wasnt it? Whats your next trick? Going for “a long wait” durrr. Pathetic. This is what happens when someone is so pampered they become more like a pet than a person, these shitty shettys are human handbag dogs

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