AP Women’s Commission Serves Notice to Pawan Kalyan Over Human Trafficking Remark

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Amaravati: The Andhra Pradesh State Commission for Women has taken suo motu cognisance of the controversial remarks made by the Jana Sena leader Pawan Kalyan against the ward volunteers at a public meeting in Eluru on Sunday. 

The Commission has served notices to Jana Sena president Pawan Kalyan for his controversial remarks against the ward volunteers and asked him to give an explanation within 10 days. The Commission said the actor-turned-politician has hurt the pride of single women and he should provide proof in support of his statement. 

The State Commission for Women chief Vasireddy Padma said several aggrieved ward volunteers and women organisations have approached the Commission to file a complaint against Pawan Kalyan’s controversial remarks. She said the Commission has served notices to the Jana Sena leader and asked him to submit the proof he has against the human trafficking in the state. 

Padma further stated that the Jana Sena chief should desist from making such remarks in the future. She asked Pawan Kalyan to submit the proof after he claimed that the Central intelligence officials in New Delhi told him that there was massive human trafficking in the state and the state’s women and girls were in danger through the volunteer system. Some forces are trying to tarnish the image of the volunteer system, she added. 

Also Read: Massive Protests Erupt in Andhra After Pawan Kalyan’s Anti-Volunteer System Remarks

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