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The actor added that it is important to equip children with knowledge.

He said: “While we need to end violence against children everywhere, online and offline, we also need to equip our children and adolescents with knowledge and digital tools so they can safely navigate and participate actively in the ever-evolving digital society.”

The star is flagging off Facebook India and Unicef India’s one-year joint initiative to protect children’s rights.

He says: “The partnership between Facebook and UNICEF is a powerful example of stakeholders from diverse fields and sectors coming together to protect children and their rights. We need to bring in other stakeholders, such as the government, civil society and private sector to join hands for ensuring the safety and wellbeing of our children.”

He welcomes this initiative with open arms.

“As Unicef India’s celebrity supporter, I am honoured to extend my support and voice to this important initiative. I welcome this initiative that will create awareness and help children, parents, teachers and other actors understand better the safety and wellbeing of our children in the digital era and take appropriate preventive and responsive measures,” said Ayushmann.

Speaking about his work, Ayushmann is currently busy shooting for ‘Doctor G’. He also appeared in the film ‘Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui’.

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