Salman Khan to be summoned by NCW for ‘raped woman’ remarkon June 28, 2016 at 5:53 am
National Commission for Women (NCW) Lalitha Kumaramangalam president has said that the commission will summon Bollywood actor Salman Khan for his alleged derogatory remarks against women.
Talking to the media in Guwahati yesterday, he said the commission has taken the matter seriously.
Referring to the recent incident of rape in Motihari in Bihar, Kumaramangalam questioned the political will of the state government in the fight against crime against women.
He said the commission will visit Bihar to take stock of the situation. He said the commission will also consider the matter with the Ministry of Interior of the Union.
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Earlier, the head of NCW had sought a public apology from Bollywood actor and asked for an explanation.
Salman made the comments during an interview with entertainment website spotboye.com to promote his upcoming film ‘Sultan’ which tells the story of an aging wrestler trying to make a comeback.
“When I used to walk out of the ring, after filming, I felt like a raped woman. She could not walk straight,” the 50-year-old actor said earlier on June 21.