Kamya Panjabi prays to Devoleena Bhattachajee to obtain justice for the late Divya Bhatnagar; remembers how he fought hard for Pratyusha Banerjee

Kamya Panjabi, who is known for expressing her views on social media without fear, has come out in support of TV actress Devoleena Bhattacharjee. In her new tweet, Kamya referred to Devoleena’s struggle to get justice for her late friend Divya Bhatnagar and recalled how she did the same for her friend Balika Vadhu, actress Pratyusha Banerjee.

In her tweet, Kamya wrote: “Dear @ Devoleena_23 I can see myself in you. The way you are fighting against you right now, I did the same a few years ago, I fought and fought and fought but nothing happened ! Jaan ki koi keemat nahi hai yahan .. I will pray for justice! Divya get justice! Pratyusha get justice. Stay strong! ”

To this Devoleena replied: “I know what happened then. And I can see what is happening now and it’s so sad. Thank you so much for motivating me. Actually jaan ki koi keemat nahi hai yahan .. People are so numb and heartless. . now a day..Choti soch aur chota mann … # JusticeForDivyaBhatnagar ”

For the uninitiated, Kamya fought for justice for Pratyusha, whose fiancé Rahul Raj Singh has been accused of aiding Pratyusha’s suicide. However, he got out on bail later. Actress Shakti fought hard and even released a short film, Hum Kuchh Keh Na Sake, in her attempt to get the actress justice.

Now Devoleena is fighting the same battle for her friend Divya Bhatnagar, a victim of domestic violence. In several videos released by Devoleena, she blamed Divya’s husband Gagan Gabru for physically beating Divya and mentally torturing her.

The ‘Saath Nibhaana Saathiya’ actress also exposed his multiple relationships with women and revealed how Gagan was out on bail after a molestation case was filed against him. Devoleena attended Divya’s prayer meeting where she stood in solidarity with the late actress’s family.

Though the claims have been challenged by Gagan, Devoleena continues to seek support from fans and hopes to get her friend justice.

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