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.
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.
National Commission for Women chairperson Rekha Sharma, in a video message, said she has written to UP DGP, demanding strict action against the accused.
The actor shared pictures of her meeting with the chairperson on Twitter where she also referred to her alleged abuser as "vulture".
'Don't act on behest of political masters': Shiv Sena MLA tells NCW chief who sought his arrest for threatening Kangana Ranaut
First point in your screenshot shared is fake and a sad attempt to spread malicious lies and incite communal disharmony on the behest of BJP, the Sena leader said.
Referring to reports about Shiv Sena MLA Pratap Sarnaik threatening Ranaut, Sharma said she was taking suo motu cognisance in the matter.
Out of the 2043 complaints, the highest number were received under the 'Right to live with dignity' at 603.
However, Aazad has clarified that the tweets were not been sent by him as he was in jail during the period.
The Commission said that it is a matter of "great concern" and a note has been taken regarding the lapse on the part of hospitals and authorities in these crucial times.
National Commission for Women chairperson Rekha Sharma said she has even written to chief ministers of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh but till now nothing has been done.
Sharma said she would be going back to the area again on Saturday as she could not meet enough women as the police were busy in giving security for Friday prayers.
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.