Komal Sharma approaches National Commission for Women for bringing her name in JNU violence
India: Komal Sharma, a student of Delhi University, has filed a complaint against a news channel in the National Commission for Women (NCW). She has approached the National Commission for Women today after her name was dragged in the violence on January 5 at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), However, she is a student of the Delhi University.
Delhi: Komal Sharma, a student of Delhi University, approached National Commission for Women (NCW), complaining that her name has been maligned. NCW has written to the media houses as well as to Delhi Police to look into the matter.— ANI (@ANI) January 15, 2020
Komal Sharma alleges that the channel has allegedly maligned her by presenting her as an accused in connection with the attack in JNU. Along with this, Komal has also written to media institutions and Delhi Police asking them to take care of the matter.
According to reports, an official of the National Commission for Women reported that Komal Sharma has complained to the National Commission for Women that her name has been wrongly included in the January 5 violence case in JNU and concerned news channels did not even contact her for clarification.
In the JNU violence, a girl seen in a check shirt was being said that she was Komal Sharma studying in DU. this is the reason Komal had to go to the National Commission for Women. However, Komal Sharma's name was also taken by the Delhi Police after her name appeared in the media. It was said that Delhi Police is also looking for Komal Sharma based on media reports.