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Dec 09, 2018
2:15PM

All responsible for alleged sexual harassment in Dhenkanal shelter home in Odisha should be sent in jail: Maneka Gandhi

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Union Minister for Women and Child Welfare Mrs. Maneka Gandhi has said that all responsible for the alleged sexual harassment in Dhenkanal shelter home in Odisha should be sent in jail.

She was talking to AIR correspondent in Daman during her day visit to the Union Territories. 

Mrs. Gandhi said that whatever happenings in Odisha shelter homes are very shameful and the people responsible for this should be severely punished. 

She said that Dhenkanal shelter home in Odisha is not such a big place that weekly inspection cannot be done.

She alleged that majority shelter homes in Odisha have the same situation and they are also indulging in conversion activities.
 

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