They thrashed and manhandled a group of girls and boys who were at the party. v=ng Caju1TCtc&feature=share The activists claimed that those in the party were dancing and were involved in undesirable activities.
There were four girls and around four or five boys. Corporator Mohan Padil was also detained and later released. They said that they had been complaining about the party even before but no action was taken, after which they approached the activists The police later took the boys and girls also into custody for questioning.
Mumbai, July 23: Hockey India’s five-member committee, including two former Olympians Ajit Pal Singh and Zafar Iqbal, is likely to nail former chief coach of the Indian hockey team M K Kaushik for the alleged sexual harassment of the members the Indian women’s hockey team.
Ranjita Dev spilled the beans on sexual harassment by writing a long letter to Hockey India, giving details of the sexual harassment by Kaushik and his coaching staff. Indian hockey was rocked by a fresh controversy on Tuesday with a member of the women’s team sending a written complaint alleging sexual harassment against one of the coaching staff.“One day during the camp in Bhopal, Kaushik sir called me to his room and asked me whether I have had sex.
He has been deputed as the national coach till the 2010 C’wealth Games.
He did not say it once or twice, he repeated it at least 5 times and that too pointing at the bed. He even offered me something another team member had asked for, saying that if I wanted it I should meet him the next day....” The complaint letter against M K Kaushik The ugly sex scandal that has broken out in the Indian women’s hockey team erupted after a member of the team wrote a letter to the Hockey India alleging that national team coach M K Kaushik had indulged in harassment of the players. My object behind writing this letter to you is to share with you certain facts.
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After the exam, my friend went to meet him while I waited outside for my turn. Must I ignore the 60 other classmates just because they were boys? I was angry that I was given such a brow-beating and my friend was let off with just a joke.
He came out within a few minutes smiling and said that he wasn’t told much, just not to do group studies “like that” ever again. Did he expect me to suddenly shun all my friends just because they were boys? I was hurt because I felt like I had made some sort of huge mistake but I was confused because I could not understand why it was a mistake in the first place.