RSS Worker Accuses BJP’s IT Cell Head Amit Malviya of Sexual Exploitation of Women


Justice can only be done if this man is removed from his power of authority, says Congress spokesperson

Team Clarion

NEW DELHI – Amit Malviya, the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP)’s head of IT cell, has been accused of sexual exploitation of women in starred hotels and the BJP offices in West Bengal.

The accusations were levelled against Malviya by Santanu Sinha, an RSS worker and president of the Hindu Samhati. Sinha, reportedly related to BJP leader Rahul Sinha, levelled sensational charges against Malviya in a viral Facebook post. In the post, Sinha also spoke about another BJP leader’s involvement in the sexual scandal without naming him.

The post in Bengali said: “Is Amit Malviya still waiting in a 5-Star hotel of Kolkata for his beautiful Bengali roommate? Has the competition between WB BJP leaders to supply more beauties to hold Presidentship ended? I request, please compete between each other to stand beside your party workers & supporters and not send women. Your workers & supporters and believe in you & your assurances & can sacrifice their life. Hope the WB BJP leadership will act & not sit idle.”

Meanwhile, Congress’s spokesperson Supriya Shrinate demanded the immediate removal of Malviya from his position. Addressing a press conference here on Monday, Shrinate said: “Today we seek the immediate removal of Amit Malviya from his position. It is an extremely influential position. It is a position of power and there can be no independent probe or justice unless or until he does not get removed from the position. He cannot continue in that position of power if justice indeed has to be done”.

She also noted that Malviya is the same person who has perpetrated one lie after the other. “He has not maintained any decency in public life. He has not even spared India’s first Prime Minister Nehru. He has publicised and maligned Nehru for the images with his sister and his niece. He has cut and snipped Rahul Gandhi’s media bytes, statements, and addresses and crossed every limit of morality in public life,” she said.

Calling for Malviya’s immediate removal, the Congress spokesperson said: “We only hope that the Prime Minister will learn some lessons from the 63 seats he has lost. He will learn humility and he will learn that he cannot consistently stand with people who exploit women.”

Shrinate hoped that the new minister of women and child development would not be a mute bystander to women’s plight. “We also hope that the NCW will find its voice, conscience, and morality and take suo moto cognisance of this matter.”

Justice can only be done if this man is removed from his power of authority,” she said.  

Meanwhile, Malviya has sent a legal notice to Santanu Sinha on Saturday asking him to take down the “false and derogatory post and tender an unconditional apology.”

“[T]he nature of allegations are extremely offensive in as much as they falsely allege sexual misconduct purportedly committed by my client. The same is fatally injurious to the dignity and reputation of my client who, by virtue of his professional profile, is a public figure. Such malevolently malicious statements have been deliberately made to tarnish his reputation,” a notice sent by Malviya’s attorney reads.

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