By Team Asianet Newsable | 03:08 PM August 12, 2017
Kerala MLA ridicules Women's Commission over it's move to register case against him


  • P C George MLA had asked how the actress managed to return to work if she was actually assaulted
  • Following this, Kerala Women's Commission issued directions to register case against the MLA
  • The MLA said that he would visit Women's Commission only when he gets time

P C George MLA ridiculed Kerala Women's Commission after it issued directions to register a case against him for making insulting remarks against the assaulted actress. The MLA had earlier asked how the actress managed to return to work if she was in fact sexually assaulted as complained by her. 

The MLA, who always stood by actor Dileep, said that there is no evidence to prove the attack on the actress. He also said that the police version cannot be believed. 

Also read: Actress attack: Police to summon P C George MLA

Women's Commission had sought legal advice about the nature of remarks of the MLA after his comments generated widespread criticism. It was according to legal advice that the Commission directed to register case against him. The panel was of the opinion that the remarks were an insult to womanhood as it brought down the dignity and honour of women. 

Responding to this, George said that the Commission has to look at matters concerning women. The MLA also said that he would appear before the Commission only when he gets time. 

Read more: Actress attack case: PC George says Dileep framed, wants CBI probe

George further stated that he only said what he was 100% sure. "I am interested in going to the Commission as I will be able to explain the character of each woman, by taking their name. I got evidence to prove my statements," he said. 

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