Maharashtra Women Commission to send notice to Nana Patekar after Tanushree Dutta’s complaint

The latest development is that the governing body is likely to send notice to Nana Patekar by today evening in context with Tanushree's sexual misconduct allegations on him.

Earlier today, actress Tanushree Dutta reached out to Maharashtra Women Commission to seek justice in her battle against Nana Patekar, who apparently harassed on the sets of Horn Ok Pleassss (2008).

The actress demanded that the government body takes action against the actor, Ganesh Acharya, Rakesh Sarang and Sadame Siddiqui. Tanushree's lawyer told ANI,

"The complaint has been lodged with the Maharashtra State Commission for Women. Tomorrow we are going to move the complaint to the District Officer as per the Sexual Harassment Act Section 9. Tanushree Dutta’s statement has not yet been recorded so tomorrow she will come for the same along with the witnesses. After recording the statement, we will take the next step."

And as per CNN News 18, the latest development is that the government body is likely to send notice to Nana Patekar by today evening in context with Tanushree's sexual misconduct allegations on him.

Meanwhile, Nana had denied all the claims. Yesterday in a small press conference held, he refused to say comment on the matter saying, "I have been advised by my lawyer not to talk to the media. So kindly don't ask me anything." He remained adamant to the statement he gave ten years back after the incident happened. He said, "I already gave my statement 10 years ago. Whatever the truth was 10 years ago, the same truth will remain 10 years later."

The Tanushree Dutta- Nana Patekar row is getting murkier by the day. A word from the senior actor is awaited to clear all the misunderstanding that has taken place.

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