Since getting evicted from Bigg Boss house, Abhirami Venkatachalam is very much active on social media platforms, especially on Instagram. She keeps meeting her co-contestants from day 1 of the eviction. Initially she met Mohan Vaithya and Fathima Babu who are contestants got eliminated in the within three weeks. She met her dear friend Sakshi Agarwal and posted selfies of it. She even met the family members of Dance master Sandy.
Yesterday the Nerkonda Parvai actress met the mother of her one of the best friend Sherin and posted the pictures of them together. In the caption she wrote “My sheri baby I met your mom”- love love loadsssssss of love 🦋💕”
Check out the post here :
In this post’s comment section many people reacted as the post was liked by as much as 35,000 Instagram users so far. One of a follower, unexpectedly asked Abhirami to meet the parents of Kavin and check if they are alright. To that comment, another user said that they won’t allow anyone inside jail, in a way of making joke.
Abhirami, who felt that this matter is not a subject to troll, immediately alerted the fan by asking him not to troll. “I request u ppl not to laugh cos it’s a very sensitive issue … let’s not laugh on others pain 🙏🏻”
It is notable that her friend and Kavin’s former friend Sakshi Agarwal also requested her fans not to make fun of this matter through a tweet.
I am requesting all my followers and fans not to troll kavin’s family members with this unexpected situation. Kavin and I have had issues but not with his family members so i request you people not to troll them,pls support them— Sakshi Agarwal (@ssakshiagarwal) August 29, 2019
Thank you 🙏 #Humanity #Kavin
For the uninitiated, the family members of Kavin haven’t paid back the money to any of the members who paid money in their chit fund and cheated Rs. 32,82,000 of them. The complaint was registered in Trichy economic crime division on 2007. The investigation started taking place since then.
Last week, regarding the case, 31 people gave statements against the accused. After hearing the argument between both the prosecutions and the statements of 31 people, Judge Kirubakaran Madhuram passed Judgement on the case by sentencing 5 years of prison for all the accused and ordered to pay fine Rs.1000. Judge also ordered them to give 1 lakh each victim which would be Rs.55,10,000 including the interest since 2007. If they failed to pay the money, Judge ordered to confiscate the properties of the accused.
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