Social media has become a bustling platform for content creators to showcase their talents and entertain audiences worldwide. However, recent incidents involving influencers pushing boundaries in public spaces have sparked discussions about responsible content creation and its impact on the community. Recently, in a viral video, Seema Kanojiya, an influencer put herself in trouble after her vulgar dance at a railway station came to the notice of railway authorities, after which she released an apology video, reigniting the conversation. 

Seema Kanojiya releases apology in a viral video

The Incident

In a recent case, Seema Kanojiya, a social media influencer, found herself embroiled in controversy after a video of her dancing at Mumbai’s CSMT railway platform went viral. The clip clearly caused an inconvenience to fellow commuters.

However, the Mumbai Police, as always, came forward to take swift action after a formal complaint was filed by the railway authorities following the incident. The dance was not only disruptive but also vulgar in nature, making many people around very uncomfortable. 

The Apology and Acknowledgment of Mistake

Facing the repercussions, Seema Kanojiya took to her social media platform to issue a public apology. She expressed regret for her actions, acknowledging the offence caused by her video and urging fellow creators to refrain from similar behaviours. Her statement conveyed remorse and an understanding of the inconvenience caused to both commuters and the railway police.

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Mixed Reactions on Social Media

In the aftermath of her apology, reactions from social media users were diverse. While some comments poked fun at the situation, others applauded the authorities’ swift response and action taken against the influencer.

The varying reactions on social media highlight how important it is to address disruptive behaviour in public spaces and the need for holding people accountability.

Legal Implications

The Railway Protection Force (RPF) had previously issued warnings against such actions, emphasising the legal consequences under sections 152 and 153 of the Railway Act. These sections outline penalties, including imprisonment up to 10 years, for actions that cause harm or inconvenience to fellow passengers at railway stations.

Seema Kanojiya’s incident serves as a reminder of the responsibility influencers hold in shaping online content. While social media allows for creative expression, it must be done conscientiously, respecting public spaces and the comfort of others.