Bollywood actress Richa Chadha has questioned the work of the National Commission for Women. The actress has asked the Women’s Commission through social media what action has been taken in the complaint made by them. The actress has asked the commission in two tweets, but received no response. Actress Taapsee Pannu reacted to this and said that she would have to go to Delhi and raise her voice.

In fact, a few days ago, Richa Chadha filed a complaint against the actress who lodged an FIR against director Anurag Kashyap for sexual misconduct. Also Richa Chadha says that the actress has wrongly dragged her name in this case. Richa Chadha has also taken legal action against the actress and complained to the Women’s Commission on this. However, now Richa is asking the Women’s Commission what happened on her complaint …

The special thing is that Richa Chadha has asked these questions through a tweet from the Women’s Commission and has shared her photos with the actress who accused Anurag Kashyap, besides putting her point in it. Yes, Richa Chadha has shared the pictures of the actress, in which the actress is standing with the chairperson of the Women’s Commission. Please tell that after registering an FIR against Anurag Kashyap, the actress met the officials of the Women’s Commission and gave information about it on social media. Now Richa Chadha has taken a dig at the women’s commission and sought updates on her complaint.

The actress has written- ‘Rekha Sharma Maam just saw these pictures. I have not received any response from the Women’s Commission on several complaints lodged on my behalf on 22 September, in the context of wrongly dragging my name in the case against the director. Based on your tweet, I think my complaint was lodged before them. ‘ After this, the actress tweeted another tweet when she did not reply, in which she has said hello to Rekha Sharma, chairperson of the Women’s Commission. Now Taapsee Pannu has also responded to Richa Chadha’s tweet and said that I think you should go to Delhi soon to make your voice heard.



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