#MeToo: IFTDA bans Alok Nath


Popular Alok Nath has been issued a six-month non-cooperative directive by the Indian Film and Television Directors’ Association (IFTDA). The decision was taken as he had refused to show up for a POSH (Prevention of Sexual Harassment) inquiry.

The actor was booked on November 22 for allegedly raping screenwriter and director Vinta Nanda, but later granted an anticipatory bail by the Dindoshi Sessions Court.

Last year, Nanda had shared a detailed Facebook post, wherein she had alleged that Alok Nath had sexually assaulted her. But the actor had denied the allegations

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