Emmerdale fans are heartbroken over Charles’s ”emotionless” Meena support group in the face of dark past

Emmerdale’s Charles Anderson decides to start a new support group as Dales residents deal with the aftermath of Meena Jutla’s murderous rampage – but the location of the meeting is a bit lacking

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Emmerdale: Support group organized for Meena

Emmerdale fans cringed at the “unwise” decision to organize a Meena Julta support group at the site of one of her murders on Wednesday.

Charles Anderson (Kevin Mathurin) decides to form a new support group as the residents of Dales continue to deal with the aftermath of Meena’s (Paige Sandhu) murderous rampage.

Charles held the meeting in the hope that those affected by the crimes of serial killer Meena would be able to have a “safe space” to discuss the traumatic murders.

Some of Emmerdale’s audience, however, protested against the decision to hold the group meeting at a location where Meena had committed one of her crimes – something that even attendee Dawn Taylor (Olivia Bromley) disagreed with. deemed “inappropriate”.

She said: “Isn’t organizing a support group on the exact site where she actually killed someone a bit inappropriate?”

Charles Anderson (Kevin Mathurin) decided to form a new support group



Harriet (Katherine Dow Blyton) replies that the vicar wants to host the event at St Mary’s, but doesn’t have enough space, adding “make the most of it”.

Dawn later told Charles: “All this is lovely and positive and healing or whatever. But I don’t see any help dredging it all and making us reminisce about it.”

He replied: “Just being here is the first step on the road to recovery. We are on this journey together. ”

But one disbelieving Emmerdale viewer took to Twitter to label the support team a “failure”.

Emmerdale viewers are confused to hold the group meeting where Meena committed one of her crimes



One person wrote: “Well done Dawn, you need to take your time and the support team is pointless when what Meena has done is unforgivable.”

Another wrote: “Great idea let’s have a support group where meena killed one of her victims,” ​​along with an eye roll emoji.

Another social media user said: “This support team is going to fail”

Another tweeted: “Running a support team at a murder scene is no joke” along with a shocked face emoji.

Another said: “Charles of Emmerdale has cut her job as a minister to move on and recover from the gruesome murders of Meena to all the lives she has taken. “

Fellow Emmerdale fans also pointed out that group attendees may not have been more pleased when they discovered the vicar’s recent visits to Meena in prison.

Harriet said that the vicar wanted to organize the event at St Mary’s



One said: “A support group isn’t the best idea, Charles especially when the team finds out that you visited Meena.”

In scenes earlier this week, Charles struggles to cope as Meena tells him all about her gruesome murders, and he quickly escapes the visiting room.

With a few words of support from Harriet, he decided it was a good idea to set up a support group to help those who were struggling after the deaths of so many villagers at the hands of an evil killer.

He was then encouraged when Dr Liam Cavanagh – who lost his daughter Leanna and wife Leyla shot by Meena in a horrific clash on the viaduct last week – agreed to take part.

The next day, Charles phoned Meena to say he didn’t want to see her again, leaving her in smoke when his plan to manipulate him fell through.

Will Meena find a new way to reach him and how will the support team feel when they find out that Charles has visited her in prison?

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