Raj Express The case has been closed by the Women's Commission towards well-known music director and composer Anu Malik, who has been going through allegations of sexual harassment for a very long time. The Women's Commission didn’t discover any proof towards Anu Malik and therefore needed to take this step. Anu Malik can breathe a sigh of reduction after the Women's Commission closes the sexual harassment case towards her.
Let me let you know, Singer Anu Malik has now obtained reduction within the case of sexual harassment occurring him. Due to lack of extra proof towards Anu, the case working on her has been closed at current. <! –
The case was dealt with by the National Commission for Women (NCW). The Women's Commission didn’t discover any proof towards Anu Malik and therefore needed to take this step.
Case could be reopened after getting proof:
According to the report, Chairperson of the Women's Commission Rekha Sharma says that this case could be reopened if ladies come ahead with proof towards them. Rekha stated that the complainant had been written on her behalf, however the reply got here from the complainant that she was nonetheless touring, she would meet him on his return. The Women's Commission waited for the complainant for 45 days and demanded paperwork, however no response got here from them.
The complainant didn’t get any response from the opposite ladies who had made allegations of sexual abuse towards Anu Malik.
Had to depart the present:
Let me let you know, the singer-musician was accused of sexual harassment by a number of ladies. Singer Sona Mahapatra, Shweta Pandit, Neha Bhasin, Carolissa Montero and former Indian Idol producer Danica D'Souza accused Anu Malik of molestation. Due to a case of sexual harassment, he needed to forcibly stop the fact present 'Indian Idol', which he was judging on the time.
Sona Mahapatra wrote the open letter:
Let me let you know, Anu Malik as soon as once more got here to host the 11th season of 'Indian Idol' in November, attributable to which the makers needed to face quite a lot of criticism. Earlier, Singer Sona Mohapatra wrote an open letter to Women and Child Development Minister Smriti Irani and appealed to him to intervene within the matter. Subsequently, the National Commission for Women took cognizance and requested Sony TV for clarification in the entire matter.