#MeToo: Mumbai police book Alok Nath for rape

21 Nov 2018 05:29 PM

#MeToo: Mumbai police book Alok Nath for rape

Updated 21 Nov 2018 05:29 PM

 The Mumbai Police have booked film actor Alok Nath on the charge of rape following a complaint lodged by a woman writer-producer over a month ago, an official said here on Wednesday.

The victim had lodged the complaint with Oshiwara Police on October 17 after Nath hit back by filing a defamation case against her in a Mumbai Magistrate Court.

Among other things, the woman named Vinta Nanda had accused Nath of allegedly raping her nearly 19 years ago when they worked together.

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