DCW Chief Swati Maliwal writes to IB Minister, demanding Sajid Khan's expulsion from the show
Controversy over Sajid Khan's entry in Bigg Boss 16: DCW Chief Swati Maliwal writes to IB Minister, demanding Sajid Khan's expulsion from the show
Controversy has arisen with the entry of director Sajid Khan in Bigg Boss 16. Many people on social media are demanding that MeToo accused Sajid Khan to get out of the show. Many TV actresses including Bollywood have objected to Sajid's entry into Bigg Boss. Now the reaction of Delhi Commission for Women's chairperson Swati Maliwal has come to the fore on this matter. Protesting Sajid's entry into the show, he has written a letter to Information Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur, demanding the removal of Sajid Khan from the show.
Posting on Twitter, Swati wrote – '10 women had made allegations of sexual abuse against Sajid Khan during the MeToo movement. Yo, all the complaints tell about the disgusting mentality of Sajid. Such a man has been given a place in Bigg Boss, which is completely wrong. I have written a letter to Anurag Thakur ji to get Sajid Khan removed from the show. Along with this tweet, Swati also shared a copy of the letter written to the IB Minister.
In fact, in the year 2018, Sajid was accused of sexual abuse by 10 women under the Me Too movement. Due to this, the Indian Film and Television Association banned Sajid for a year. In such a situation, after a long time, Sajid has once again returned with Bigg Boss. Though controversy erupted as soon as he enters Bigg Boss, many film personalities objected to Sajid being on the show.