Mumbai: Salman Khan has been summoned yet again by the Maharashtra State Women’s Commission (MSWC) on 14 July over his ‘feeling like a raped women’
The earlier deadline for the actor was till 4:30 pm on 7 July but the ‘Sultan’ actor had not appeared before the Maharashtra State Women’s Commission, failing which he has been summoned again.
“We can summon a person thrice and this is his (Salman Khan) third summon,” said Vijaya Rahatkar, chairperson, MSWC
Amidst his rape analogy comment controversy, Salman’s father Salim Khan had said, ‘he hoped that apologising on behalf of son Salman Khan for his “raped
woman” comment would put an end to the problems that surfaced.” But, he was upset with how the media had taken the issue to ‘saturation point’.
Earlier, the National Commission for Women (NCW) and Shiv Sena, among others, had demanded a public apology from Salman Khan.
The NCW did receive a response from Salman via his lawyer but officials at the rights body said it was not an apology.