Sona Mohapatra's Tweets That Prove She Deeply Cares About Women Empowerment

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Singer Sona Mohapatra often tweets about the problem that women face in India. Read on to know more about her tweets supporting women.

Written By Akanksha Ghotkar | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Popular singer Sona Mohapatra has, on several occasions, supported women. The singer is very active on Twitter and regularly posts about women empowerment. During the #MeToo movement, Sona had spoken about male singers taking advantage of young girls. Check out Sona Mohapatra tweets in which she speaks about women empowerment.

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Sona Mohapatra tweets on supporting women and empowering them

In one of Sona Mohapatra’s tweets, she specifically called out the men of a city. She said that men/boys should stop harassing women in the streets. She said that she had spoken to girls, who told her about their experiences with harassment.

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During the #MeToo movement she also tweeted about one of the top singers of India, Anu Malik. Check out her tweet below. It is one of Sona Mohapatra's tweets that garnered attention:

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Sona Mohapatra supported women who were facing problems throughout their lives. She has retweeted The People's Archive about the songs were amazing which raised the issues of sexual harassment against women. Here's the tweet:

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