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Yasmeen Wankhede claims Nawab Malik outraged her modesty, NCW to write to Maharashtra DGP

NCW chief Rekha Sharma said that Yasmeen had accused the Nationalist Congress Party leader of invading her privacy.

Yasmeen Wankhede claims Nawab Malik outraged her modesty, NCW to write to Maharashtra DGP
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New Delhi, First Published Oct 28, 2021, 1:19 PM IST
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Under-investigation Narcotics Control Bureau Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede's sister Yasmeen Wankhede has approached National Commission for Women against Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik over alleged cyberstalking. NCW chief Rekha Sharma said that Yasmeen had accused the Nationalist Congress Party leader of invading her privacy.

The NCW chief said that as far as the charges levelled by Yasmeen, the body would write to the police to take action. In her complaint to the NCW, Yasmeen has claimed that her photos were taken off social media and distributed in the media, which amounts to stalking as her permission was not taken for the same. She also claimed that the circulation of her personal photos is a case of breach of her privacy.

Yasmeen has also mentioned police apathy in her complaint. She claims that she had notified the Mumbai Police on October 22 about the matter, but reportedly no action has been taken so far. The NCW chief said she would write to the Maharashtra Director General of Police seeking an explanation with regard to why there was no action taken.

"Lodging of an FIR and filing a charge sheet are important in this matter. Nobody can take photos off a social media account and circulate them around," Sharma said.

In her 13-page letter, a copy of which was sent to the Maharashtra women's commission as well, Yasmeen accused Nawab Malik of outraging her modesty by stalking her social media account. She also listed several sections under which the Maharashtra minister could be booked.

Nawab Malik has been linking Yasmeen every time he has levelled allegations of extortion and document forgery against Sameer Wankhede. He once posted a photo taken from Yasmeen's Instagram account to claim that Sameer was in Dubai to carry out his dealings. Sameer, however, claimed that the photo was taken in Mumbai.

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