Uttar Pradesh Minority Welfare Minister Azam Khan on Sunday alleged that the media had presented his statement on a Kanpur rape survivor in the wrong light.
After Uttar Pradesh Minority Welfare Minister Azam Khan made an insensitive remark on an alleged rape victim telling her not to go seeking 'publicity', the latter on Friday lashed out at the minister saying his words did not match his position.
Continuing the trend of raising a furore with controversial statements, Uttar Pradesh Minority Welfare Minister Azam Khan advised an alleged rape victim who had come to him seeking help, to not go looking for 'fame and attention' for her 'disgrace' or else she won't be able to face the world with dignity.
Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan is at it again. This time he's blamed the excessive use of mobile phones and easy access to porn and paedophile content for the rise in child rapes
The Goa Congress has criticised central minister Nitin Gadkari's controversial comment wherein he raked up the religion of two Bangladeshis who were arrested for raping a nun in West Bengal last month
In a controversial statement, Maha SP chief says that if any woman, regardless of consent, has physical relations with a man, she deserves death penalty. WE HAVE THE AUDIO CONVERSATION
With SP leaders Abu Azmi and Mulayam Singh Yadav facing flak from all quarters for their controversial statements about rape, Bollywood celebs including Azmi's daughter-in-law Ayesha Takia Azmi take to Twitter to voice their opinion. Here's what they say...
Hisar's Congress spokesman Dharamveer Goyat, has sent ripples through Haryana, saying 90 per cent of rape cases were consensual. Video courtesy: NDTV