India's Rio Olympics bronze medal-winning wrestler Sakshi Malik yesterday sent out a strong social message online. The grappler highlighted the issue of child abuse as she re-posted a message sent out by Uttar Pradesh cop Rahul Srivastav.
The policeman had sent out a flyer advising parents on educating their children about taking care of themselves from child abusers. The message highlighted points like children should say a firm no for a hug or a kiss from strangers, if they do not want it. It also warned kids not to let others touch their private parts.
"Teach your kids these safety rules," wrote Sakshi as she re-posted the cop's message. Very thoughtful!
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