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Sindhu comes out in support of #MeToo movement

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NEW DELHI, Oct 10: Badminton star PV Sindhu on Wednesday lauded people from different spheres coming forward in exposing personalities who sought sexual favours from their colleagues.

Reputations, especially in Bollywood, took a beating when people such as Tanushree Dutta and Vinta Nanda named Nana Patekar and Alok Nath for alleged misconduct years ago.

The journalist-turned-politician MJ Akbar, who is a junior foreign minister in the NDA government, was also accused of misconduct by many journalists.

�I appreciate that people have come forward and spoken about it. I respect it,� Sindhu said on the sidelines of the Vodafone event, where the telecom company launched a woman-specific service �Sakhi�.

Asked if she was aware of any such incident in sports, Sindhu replied, �I don�t know about seniors and coaches. As far as I am concerned, I have been on sports circuit for years and it has been good and fine with me.�

Sindhu�s badminton colleague Jwala Gutta on Tuesday without giving any names, alleged mental harassment by a coach. � PTI

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Sindhu comes out in support of #MeToo movement

NEW DELHI, Oct 10: Badminton star PV Sindhu on Wednesday lauded people from different spheres coming forward in exposing personalities who sought sexual favours from their colleagues.

Reputations, especially in Bollywood, took a beating when people such as Tanushree Dutta and Vinta Nanda named Nana Patekar and Alok Nath for alleged misconduct years ago.

The journalist-turned-politician MJ Akbar, who is a junior foreign minister in the NDA government, was also accused of misconduct by many journalists.

�I appreciate that people have come forward and spoken about it. I respect it,� Sindhu said on the sidelines of the Vodafone event, where the telecom company launched a woman-specific service �Sakhi�.

Asked if she was aware of any such incident in sports, Sindhu replied, �I don�t know about seniors and coaches. As far as I am concerned, I have been on sports circuit for years and it has been good and fine with me.�

Sindhu�s badminton colleague Jwala Gutta on Tuesday without giving any names, alleged mental harassment by a coach. � PTI

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