Police, however, claimed that the mother of the BJP supporter was not attacked and that her face was swollen owing to some ailment.
This judgment will not only have a cascading effect on various provisions involving safety and security of women in general but also subject all women to ridicule, NCW Chairperson Rekha Sharma said.
NCW member Chandramukhi Devi had on Thursday said the gangrape and murder of the 50-year-old anganwadi worker could have been avoided if she had not gone out unaccompanied in the evening.
NCW member Chandramukhi Devi had reportedly blamed the victim for the incident saying that if she had not gone out by herself, maybe it would not have happened.
NCW chief Rekha Sharma distanced herself from the opinion of Chandramukhi Devi after her statement created a row.
Among states, the highest number of complaints were received from Uttar Pradesh at 11,872 followed by Delhi 2,635, Haryana 1,266 and Maharashtra 1,188, it added.
Sharma was on a two-day visit to the state to inquire into "inaction" on more than 267 complaints, including suo motu cases.
NCW chief stirs row with remarks on rising love-jihad in Maharashtra, prompting call for resignation
Sharma had on Tuesday met Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari to discuss women safety-related issues in the state, including the alleged rising cases of love jihad in the state.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) spokesperson Atishi said the party seeks Sharma's immediate removal from the post of NCW chairperson.
Sharma claimed that there was a rise in the cases of Love Jihad in Maharashtra, a statement from the NCW said.
Condemning the "irresponsible" statement made by the leader, the Commission said: "The words used in the video are highly defamatory and show disrespect towards the dignity of a woman."
Meanwhile, the National Commission for Women Chairperson, Rekha Sharma said that the Commission has taken cognisance and condemned the incident.
The Commission has sent him a notice directing him to appear before NCW on October 26th at 11 AM to give an explanation.
The actor shared pictures of her meeting with the chairperson on Twitter where she also referred to her alleged abuser as "vulture".
Hathras gang rape: NCW sends notices to Amit Malviya, Digvijay Singh and Swara Bhasker for revealing victim's dentity
In separate notices to Bhasker, Malviya and Singh, the NCW said it has come across several Twitter posts wherein the picture of the victim of the alleged gang rape incident was used.