The NCW wrote to the Delhi police chief seeking a probe into a now-defunct website allegedly uploading pictures of many Muslim women and putting them on auction.
Taking cognisance of the incident, the commission has directed the state's Director General of Police to take immediate action in the matter.
The NCW had set up an inquiry committee while taking suo motu cognisance of several incidents of violence against women in West Bengal.
In a statement, the National Commission for Women (NCW) said it is concerned about the crime against women taking place in hospitals during the pandemic.
The state was in the throes of widespread violence on Monday that allegedly left several BJP workers dead and injured in clashes, and shops being looted, prompting the Centre to seek a report.
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 reportedly blamed the victim for the incident saying that if she had not gone out by herself, maybe it would not have happened.
A woman, employed as an anganwadi worker, was gangraped and brutally murdered allegedly by a priest and his two aides in Budaun district of Uttar Pradesh.
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.
The Commission said it has sought a detailed action taken report from the authorities. It has also asked the authorities to see if there was human trafficking element involved.
The issue was discussed in an e-meeting by the NCW with the nodal officers and representatives of the 24 states and Union Territories.
The commission had summoned George following his adverse remarks against the nun allegedly sexually abused by Jalandhar Bishop Franco Mulakkal.
Union Minister Alphons Kannanthanam asks PM Modi to reject NCW recommendations to ban confessions in churches
Alphons, a Christian, said interfering in religious beliefs is not the policy of the Modi government.
Twenty-four-year-old Hadiya is currently living with her parents here, who have alleged that her marriage to a Muslim man is a case of ‘love jihad’.
The National Commission for Women (NCW) Chairperson incharge Rekha Sharma on Monday said Hadiya’s case was not a ‘Love Jihad’ incident, but forced conversion.