Famous YouTuber Bhuvan Bam has apologized to the public on social media after being trolled on the comment made about hill women in his recent video. Bhuvan had to apologize when the National Commission for Women took cognizance of his objectionable statement.
The National Commission for Women had written a letter to the Delhi Police asking them to register an FIR against Bhuvan Bam. After this commission’s move, Bhuvan Bam apologized and said that he had removed the part from the video which has hurt the sentiments of the people.
Responding to a tweet by the National Commission for Women, Bhuvan Bam wrote – I know that a part of my video has hurt some people. I have edited the tape by removing that part. Those who know me know that I have great respect for women. I had no intention of hurting anyone. I sincerely apologize to those whose sentiments have been injured.
Read Bhuvan Bam’s tweet here.
I’m aware that a section in my video has hurt some people. I have edited it to remove that part. People who know me know I have utmost respect for women. I had no intention to hurt anyone. A heartfelt apology to everyone whose sentiments have been disregarded. @NCWIndia
— Bhuvan Bam (@Bhuvan_Bam) March 31, 2022
What is the whole matter?
On March 25, Bhuvan Bam uploaded a video of seven minutes fifteen seconds on his YouTube channel in the name of Automatic Gaadi. A character, as shown in this video, was called a dealer. They thought he was some car dealer. When asked about the model, he offered her a hill woman.
Many offensive lines have been used in this video, such as Kitna deti hai? Apart from this, there are many words on which social media users objected and demanded to take action against Bhuvan Bam.
After the objection of social media users, National Commission for Women took cognizance of this matter and tweeted – National Commission for Women has taken cognizance of this matter. Commission’s chairperson Rekha Sharma has written a letter to the Commissioner of Delhi Police asking her to register an FIR and take strict action in this matter.
The National Commission for Women has also written a letter to the Secretary, Ministry of Electronics and IT, asking them to take appropriate action against the YouTube channel for violating the dignity of women.