Swati Maliwal, the chief of the Delhi Fee for Girls, has written to Data & Broadcasting Minister, Anurag Thakur demanding Sajid Khan’s ouster from Bigg Boss.
Sajid Khan’s participation in Bigg Boss 16 continues to spark controversy. A number of celebrities and social media customers criticized the present and the channel Colours TV for offering a platform to the filmmaker regardless of the number of sexual assault allegations in opposition to him. Now Swati Maliwal, the chief of the Delhi Fee for Ladies, has additionally spoken in opposition to his entry and demanded his ouster from the favored actuality TV present.
The DCW chief took to her Twitter account on Monday to speak about Sajid Khan, and stated that quite a few complaints in opposition to him present his ‘disgusting mentality.’ Swati Maliwal additionally revealed that she has written to Union Minister for Data & Broadcasting, Anurag Thakur, in regard to the matter.
She tweeted in Hindi, “Ten girls had accused Sajid Khan of sexual harassment through the #MeToo motion. All these complaints present the disgusting mentality of Sajid. Now, this man has been given a spot in Bigg Boss, which is unsuitable. I’ve written to @ianuragthakur to have Sajid Khan far away from this presentation.”
She additionally shared photos of her letter to Anurag Thakur, by which she had listed complaints leveled in opposition to Sajid by a number of ladies. She additionally wrote, “Whereas there’s a public outcry in opposition to Khan’s inclusion within the present, the makers of the present are refusing to take away him, as they apparently acquire TRP rankings and viewership as a result of ensuing controversy.”
Mandana Karimi, who was one of many ladies who accused Sajid in the course of the MeToo motion, has additionally spoken in opposition to his participation in Bigg Boss. Sona Mohapatra, Devoleena Bhattacharjee, Uorfi Javed, and Saloni Chopra, additionally strongly objected to it.