MJ Akbar Minister of External affairs resigned his post after facing sexual allegations made by several women from all over India. MJ Akbar said, ” Since I have decided to seek justice in a court of law in my personal capacity, I deem it appropriate to step down from office and challenge false accusations levied against me, also in a personal capacity.” More than 20 women made a statement that MJ Akbar gave sexual harassment when he was a journalist. In return MJ Akbar in return file defamation case against all the women who made the sexual allegation. Akbar dosen’t acknowledge the action but he still want to stay from the powerful position that he holds.

MJ Akbar was born on January 11 1951, Akbar joined 1971 as trainee. Joined BJP in 2014 and also part of Indian National Congress 1989 – 1991.

Women who made

allegation against AKBAR

Meenal Baghel

Manisha Pande

Tushita Patel

Kanika Gahlaut

Suparna Sharma

Ramola Talwar Badam

Kaniza Garari

Malavika Banerjee

A T Jayanthi

Hamida Parkar

Jonali Buragohain

Sanjari Chatterjee

Meenakshi Kumar

Sujata Dutta Sachdeva

Hoihnu Hauzel

Aisha Khan

Kushalrani Gulab

Kiran Manral

Christina Francis

Reshmi Chakraborty


— M.J. Akbar (@mjakbar) October 17, 2018

Public Opinion

Waiting for @VinodDua7’s next episode of Jan Gan ki Baat “Why MJ Akbar’s resignation doesn’t mean much now?” ??✌?

— Maithun Woke (@Being_Humor) October 17, 2018

By the standards of MeToo we will have to stop reading Hemingway, Ghalib, Faiz and Manto. MJ Akbar is flawed. But should we remember him as a sexual predator or an editor with an immense contribution to journalism.

— Tavleen Singh (@tavleen_singh) October 16, 2018

As women we feel vindicated by MJ Akbar’s resignation.
I look forward to the day when I will also get justice in court #metoo

— Priya Ramani (@priyaramani) October 17, 2018

Situation at BJP IT cell after MJ Akbar resignation. #MJAkbar pic.twitter.com/5sf74DrlGe

— Dostam (@dostam_comrade) October 17, 2018

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