Bollywood actor Salman Khan has finally filed his response with regard to his much-controversial “raped woman” analogy before the Maharashtra State Commission for Women in Mumbai today. “Salman Khan has filed his response to the notice issued by Maharashtra State Commission for Women yesterday” said MSCW chief Vijaya Rahatkar. Rahatkar further said the commission is going through the contents of his reply, adding the next course of action will be decided accordingly. According to media reports, Salman, in his reply, said that MSCW does not have the jurisdiction to take up the case.
“Maharashtra State Commission for Women is going through the contents of Salman’s reply and will soon decide its next course of action,” she said. The 50-year old actor had failed to appear before the Commission twice earlier after being summoned. On June 22, the MSCW had issued a notice asking Salman to appear before it on June 29 to explain his position on the ‘raped woman’ analogy. When he failed to appear, the MSCW had issued summons to him on June 29 asking the actor to appear before it on July 7.