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NCW Summons Salman Khan On July 8 Over His Rape Remarks
The National Commission for Women (NCW) has issued fresh summons to actor Salman Khan asking him to appear before it on July 8 over his rape remarks.

The National Commission for Women (NCW) has issued fresh summons to actor Salman Khan asking him to appear before it on July 8 over his rape remarks.

The actor had sent a letter to the panel on Wednesday through his lawyer stating that the case is already being heard by the National Commission for Women (NCW) and the matter cannot be heard simultaneously at two places.

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After considering his response, the panel expressed dissatisfaction over the actor’s argument.

The Commission and its members went through the letter given by the actor and they found it unsatisfactory. The letter says that case is already being heard by NCW and hence, it would amount to a case of double jeopardy.

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The state panel had sent him a notice asking him to appear before it and explain his position on the matter.

Salman had compared himself with a raped woman when quizzed about the gruelling shoot for the movie “Sultan”.