The Delhi Commission for Women (DWC) Chief, Swati Maliwal, has taken a strong stance against the trolls who have been attacking Shubman Gill's sister on social media. The cricketer's century helped the Gujarat Titans secure a victory over the Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL 2023. However, instead of receiving praise for his feat, his sister was subjected to vicious trolling on social media platforms. Maliwal has vowed to take action against those who have been harassing Gill's sister and has previously taken action against people who have abused Virat Kohli's daughter.
The DWC Chief's decision to take action against those who have trolled Shubman Gill's sister is a welcome move. Trolling on social media platforms has become a growing problem, and it is essential that people understand that their actions have consequences. The fact that the DWC has taken such a strong stance sends a clear message that this kind of behavior will not be tolerated.
In a tweet post, Swati Maliwal wrote:
“Extremely shameful to see trollers abusing #ShubhmanGill’s sister just because the team they follow lost a match.”
“Previously we had initiated action against people abusing #ViratKohli daughter. DCW will take action against all those who have abused Gill’s sister as well. This shall not be tolerated!”
It is important to note that while social media platforms provide a means for people to express their opinions freely, this does not mean that they can do so without consequence. Trolling and online abuse can have serious consequences, and it is important that people are aware of this. The DWC's decision to take action against those who have been attacking Shubman Gill's sister is an important step in the right direction and should serve as a warning to others who engage in this kind of behavior.
Swati Maliwal's decision to take action against those who have been trolling Shubman Gill's sister is a positive move towards combating online abuse and harassment. It is essential that people understand that their actions have consequences and that they must be held accountable for their behavior. This kind of behavior cannot be tolerated, and it is up to all of us to work towards creating a safer and more respectful online environment.