MJ Akbar Resigns, Netizens Celebrate the Triumph of #MeToo
“As women we feel vindicated by MJ Akbar’s resignation,” wrote Priya Ramani on Twitter.
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“As women we feel vindicated by MJ Akbar’s resignation. I look forward to the day when I will also get justice in court (sic),” Priya Ramani wrote on Twitter after MJ Akbar resigned from his post of Minister of State External Affairs.
Akbar’s resignation came after multiple women journalists came out in support of their colleague Priya Ramani, who has accused the Union minister of sexual harassment.
‘Triumph of #MeToo,’ Say Netizens
The news of Akbar’s resignation led to celebrations on Twitter as netizens termed it the ‘triumph of #MeToo’.
‘More Power to Women Who Spoke Up’
Many saluted the women who came up and spoke against Akbar and others.
‘The Fight Has Just Begun’
Some pointed out that the fight had just begun.
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