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"The decision was taken when Alok did not appear for the ICC meeting. He should have been there," says Amit Behl, Sr Joint Secretary & Chairman of CINTAA, talking EXCLUSIVELY to SpotboyE.com.
THE CINTAA has also written to Vinta Nanda informing her about Alok Nath's ouster. Advocate Dhruti Kapadia, who represented Vinta Nanda tells SpotboyE.com, "This is a landmark decision. Vinta Nanda must be very happy. It just shows that women can now speak up about their personal harassment and seek justice. The system is getting cleaned up. There is hope."
Nanda had shared her horrific experiences which Alok Nath thrust upon her, on social media. For those who've come in late, we had an EXHAUSTIVE, EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW with Vinta Nanda at her office soon after she posted it.
Alok Nath's wife had seeked an injunction order against writer Vinta Nanda who had accused him of rape. The lady in question was trying to gag Vinta's freedom of speech by asking the Court that she should be debarred from speaking to the media about her husband. But the Court went on to dismiss Mrs Alok Nath's case.
What a victory for Vinta Nanda. It now means that any producer who signs up Alok Nath for a role will do it at his/her own risk. Behl confirms, "That's right. We take cognisance of all the complaints and install discipline. But hereafter, we have wasted our hands off Alok Nath. Let anybody work with him- but strictly at his own risk."
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