Pawan Kalyan to Sri Reddy: For justice, go to courts, not TV channels

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Updated: April 15, 2018 12:01:20 pm

Sri Reddy made national headlines when she ditched her clothes in protest outside the offices of film commission in Hyderabad. “If they want justice, they should go to police stations and the courts, not TV stations,” he said. Only the government wings can give her justice,” he said. She recently accused Abhiram Daggubati, brother of Rana Daggubati and son of producer Suresh Babu, of sexually abusing her on false promises. He demanded stringent laws to prevent violence against women and even recommended taking the law in one’s hand, in order to stop crimes against women from happening. Sri Reddy made national headlines when she ditched her clothes in protest outside the offices of film commission in Hyderabad. She also made allegations against veteran writer Kona Venkat and director Sekhar Kammula. She even released the pictures she took with him in their privacy. Sir Reddy has refrained from filing police complaints in the controversy, saying she wants to sort it out ‘within the family’ (read Telugu industry). Sri Reddy claimed that she was sexually used by Suresh Babu’s son Abhiram Daggubati, who is the younger brother of Baahubali star Rana Daggubati. Reddy alleged that majority of the women face the issue of the casting couch, a euphemism for sexual harassment at the workplace. She claimed that struggling female actors are highly vulnerable to sexual exploitations. Media can only deliver a message. While addressing the press, he was also asked for his comments on actor Sri Reddy, who recently made serious sexual harassment allegations against some of the big names in the Telugu film industry. “It is of no use if she keeps talking on the television channels instead of fighting her case in courts. Related News
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