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Anu Malik out of Indian Idol 11, National Commission for Women takes cognizance of allegations, sharp questions to Sony TV

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Music composer Anu Malik was again summoned by Sony channel as a judge on the singing reality show ‘Indian Idol-11’. After this, singer Sona Mahapatra opened the front against Anu Malik and she continued to write against Anu Malik. After this, the National Commission for Women has sent a notice to Sony TV on Thursday and sought information about it. The National Commission for Women has shared this notice on their Twitter account. Then came the news that Anu Malik has left the show ‘Indian Idol-11’.

It has been written in the notice that the Commission has sent notice to Sony Entertainment TV after taking cognizance of the matter. Singer Sona Mahapatra’s tweet is also mentioned in the notice. The channel has been asked what action it has taken in this regard? The notice is in the name of Sony Channel President Rohit Gupta.

Sona Mahapatra has accused Anu Malik of sexual harassment. On Thursday, in an open letter to Women and Child Development Minister Smriti Irani, she had requested to interfere in the Anu Malik case.

Sona wrote, ‘Does sexual harassment not matter to many voices telling the story? Shouldn’t Sony TV be held responsible for this? ‘ It is noteworthy that Sona Mahapatra’s campaign against Anu Malik on social media has got the support of Neha Bhasin, Shweta Pandit, Alisha Chinai and others. However, in a recent post, Anu Malik had denied all these allegations and also said to take legal action.

Sona wrote, ‘Does sexual harassment not matter to many voices telling the story? Shouldn’t Sony TV be held responsible for this? ‘ It is noteworthy that Sona Mahapatra’s campaign against Anu Malik on social media has got the support of Neha Bhasin, Shweta Pandit, Alisha Chinai and others. However, in a recent post, Anu Malik had denied all these allegations and also said to take legal action.

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