Salman Khan defies Women Commission's summons for second time
In the midst of his triumphant Sultan run, a setback for Salman Khan.
The actor skipped, for the second time, his scheduled hearing with the Maharashtra State Commission for Women.
The National Commission for Women had asked Salman to issue a public apology after his infamous 'felt like a raped woman' remark.
When he did not comply, they issued a summons to the actor to appear before the panel.
In the meantime, the Commission's state wing had also asked the actor to explain his remarks.
Salman had sent a reply to the NCW through his lawyers, however, it was reported that his letter did not contain any apology.
The Commission had issued a fresh summons to the actor, for 7 July. However, news channels reported that Salman had defied the summons yet again.
A spokesperson for the Commission said they are not satisfied with Salman's response, and that nothing less than "Salman's personal appearance" before the panel would do.
Published Date: Jul 07, 2016 17:20 PM | Updated Date: Jul 07, 2016 17:20 PM