Gopi & Sudhakar In Deep Trouble Because Of This Video ?
Case filed against Gopi and Sudhakar of “Parithabangal” fame for the video they uploaded based on North Indian workers. In a video titled “Vadakku Rail Parithabangal”, the famous Gopi and Sudhakar comedy duo made jokes based on how North Indians illegally occupy reserved train seats and about them receiving less wages comparing to local workers. The video garnered wide trach among their subscribers and internet users as a result of which the duo caught into controversy.
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Here’s their sketch video :
Along with the laurels for making a laughable content, the duo also received criticisms from a set of online users. Now, a person named Srinivasan who is heading the workers association of construction building for Chennai has initiated a legal action against them.
In the 13 minute long video, Gopi and Sudhakar were seen making fun of North Indians, especially those who have Hindi as their national language for the way they behave in the reserved compartment of trains. In a particular segment, they also showed how North Indians are ready to work for less amount comparing to locals for building construction.
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Now, reacting to the video, Srinivasan demanded ban for the YouTube channel of Gopi and Sudhakar which has 4.5 million plus subscribers. “Portraying that North Indians are ready to work with their entire family, even for 500 rupees is wrong. They are demeaning North Indian workers” Srinivasan said to the media.
Srinivasan wanted Tamilnadu government to ban the YouTube channel of Gopi and Sudhakar and asked the government to take legal action against the comedy duo. The Head of construction workers association also said that people who give proper datas should be welcomed but not Gopi and Sudhakar.
Watch the video below :
source : polimer
Most lately, Fake doctorate certificates awarded to the duo. There were serious allegations of fraud and misrepresentation concerning the issuance of honorary doctorates by Anna University in Chennai, India. According to reports, an organization known as the International Anti-Corruption and Human Rights Commission, which is not a university, has purportedly staged a massive fraud by issuing fake doctorate degrees in Anna University’s name.
The awards ceremony, which was held at Anna University, was attended by a host of prominent figures, including music composer Deva, actor Gokul, choreographer Sandy, Erode Mahesh, retired judge Valli Nayagam, and many others. The event was advertised as an award ceremony for the International Anti-Corruption and Human Rights Commission, with Anna University’s name prominently displayed on the invitations.
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During the ceremony, it is alleged that more than 50 people, including private temple administrators, astrologers, real estate principals, and panchayat councilors, were awarded fake doctorate degrees by the organization in question. Additionally, there are reports that the fraudsters even awarded a doctorate to actor Vadivelu, who did not attend the event to receive the honor in person.
It is further alleged that the organizers of the event used a government stamp that is only meant to be used for official government functions, and that they printed the name of retired judge Valli Nayak as a current judge, adding to the misrepresentation. As a result, many attendees were led to believe that they were being awarded legitimate doctorate degrees by Anna University.
Upon further investigation, it was discovered that the organization issuing the doctorate degrees was not a recognized university, and therefore had no authority to grant such degrees. This has led to concerns that honorary doctorates, once awarded as a recognition of significant contributions to society, are now being sold like commodities, with little regard for their true value.
It is particularly worrying that the alleged fraudsters were able to carry out their activities in the name of a human rights organization. There are strict rules and regulations governing the establishment of such organizations, and the fact that the organization in question was not a recognized entity raises serious questions about their motives and legitimacy.