Divyanka Tripathi Advises Tanushree Dutta To Take Legal Route In Her Fight Against Nana Patekar
Television’s famous actress, Divyanka Tripathi has voiced her opinion on the on-going Tanushree Dutta-Nana Patekar Controversy. In an exclusive interview with us, the actress has shared an advice for Tanushree
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Dutta and Nana Patekar’s scandal is taking new twist and turns every day. Just
yesterday, Tanushree confirmed that Nana Patekar and Vivek Agnihotri have
slapped legal notices on her. She also revealed how two men tried to break into
her house while the deployed police officers were on a lunch break. Not just
Tanushree but many celebrities from the film and television fraternity are
raising their voice against sexual harassment.
got talking to TV actress Divyanka Tripathi to know what she feels about the
incident as she is an integral part of the glamour world and has been around
for a long time. Yeh Hai Mohabbatein actress had an advice to give Tanushree on
the on-going matter.
“I hope if she's harassed, she's taking a legal route as it's been ten years and protection of girls is being taken more seriously now.” Divyanka said. Clear enough, the actress strongly feels Tanushree should follow legal course to deal with the matter.
Incidentally, this morning reports are coming in that the National Commission for Women (NCW), Delhi, has also come into Tanushree’s defence. As reported by Mid-day, an advocate, Gaurav Gulati filed a complaint with the NCW to file FIR against Nana and Vivek. The complaint states, "Tanushree Dutta was harassed on the sets of Horn Ok Pleassss... CINTAA, too, refused to adhere to the laid down guidelines of the laws regarding sexual harassment at workplace (Vishaka & Ors v. State of Rajasthan, 1997). As per the CRPC and Limitation act, there is no bar for registering a case on sexual offences if the victim gives reasonable justification for delay."When the leading daily got in touch with NCW chairperson, Rekha Sharma, her office confirmed the news and said, “The complaint was received at 4 pm yesterday. The investigation will begin today. It would be advisable if the victim backs the complaint to expedite the process.” Well, with support from various ends, and industry too backing up Tanushree in the matter, we await to see if the actress will finally take legal route in the case or not.
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