Raj Kundra case: Gehana Vasisth says, ‘Officials are manipulating the women and turning them into victims’ – Times of India

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There are more setbacks in the offing for Gehana Vasisth as the Sessions Court has now rejected her pre-arrest bail plea in the Raj Kundra case. Her lawyer Sunil Kumar says, “The bail has been rejected but we will now be moving the HC after we get the copy of the order.”

Gehana is currently out on bail in the pornography case, but now an actress has filed a new case against her. Speaking about this new legal matter, Gehana had earlier said that she is facing trouble because she has come out in support of Raj Kundra. She maintains that she and Raj have never made pornographic content as is being alleged by people and the police.

Speaking about all the legal trouble that she has been embroiled in, Gehana says, “All I want to say is that it hurts when you see the democratic right of an Indian taken away. He/she is not allowed to reveal his/her side of the story. We live in a democracy where every person has the right to speak and the right to put forth his points. It’s wrong when your freedom and democratic right is snatched away and you are told to say what they want to hear, and when the person refuses to toe the line and instead chooses to put his side across, you start filing cases against them. If one party has the right to put forward their side, then the other side also has the same right to speak. It has to be equal for all of us”.

The actress maintains that she hasn’t spoken against anyone, and has just been fighting for what is right. Speaking about the Mumbai Police, she alleges, “They have filed cases against me using the same women whose contacts I had shared with the cops as part of my cooperation in their investigation. But now, the same women have filed cases against me. I have supported the crime branch but now they are manipulating the women to turn them into victims and are filing cases against us”.

She reasons, “We take at least 10 days to shoot a film and there are about 60 people on the set. It’s a public place, and if are you forced to shoot, why do these victims return to the sets and complete the film. And why did the woman take so much time to file a complaint when she claims that she was forced to work?”



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