Randeep Hooda removed as ambassador of UN Treaty
Randeep Hooda ‘s video making remarks against Ex chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Ms. Mayawati costs him a dignified post
An Actor Randeep Hooda has been removed as the ambassador of the Convention for the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS) — an environmental treaty of the United Nations, said its secretariat, in a statement. The move comes after an old video went viral as the actor was making fun of Ex Chief MinisterUttarpardesh Mayawati . which several said was “casteist and sexist”. He was speaking at an event hosted by the media house statement that he give in it.
The CMS Secretariat said that it had become aware of a video clip recently and found the comments made in the video to be “offensive”. It said that they “did not reflect the values” of the CMS Secretariat or the United Nations. It also added that the organisation was unaware of the 2012 video at the time Hooda was appointed as a CMS Ambassador for Migratory Species in February 2020.
It made it clear that CMS, also known as the Bonn Convention, is a treaty of the United Nations and separate from both the UN Secretariat and the UN Environment Programme. CMS was the only entity Hooda for whom served as a brand ambassador. The actor was nominated as the ambassador along with Australian explorer and environmentalist Sacha Dench and British biologist Ian Redmond OBE and had to serve his duties in 2023.
This statement of the Randeep Hooda made him into trouble and people are become angry to him and they are saying that arrest the Randeep hood for his words. We should not comment any ones casteist and sexist of any one we should are limits within it we should be live .