We all know that Shahrukh Khan is not allowed in Wankhede Stadium because of the infamous incident that took place during an IPL match in 2012. And now, one more controversy related to Wankhede Stadium issue has sparked up. The Maharashtra State Commission for Child Rights (MSCCR) has told police to file an FIR against Shah Rukh Khan as he had used filthy language in the presence of children.
Abha Singh, an activist-lawyer pursuing the matter, said, “A.N. Tripathi, Secretary, MSCCR issued the orders two days ago (March 18) to investigate the matter after registering an FIR under relevant provisions of the Indian Penal Code and Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection) Act 2000 (as amended 2006), Sec. 23 and submit a copy to the Commission. An enquiry has also been ordered for not registering the FIR in the matter.”
“After months of efforts, ultimately justice is prevailing on Khan who seriously violated rights of small children by uttering very dirty abuses before such innocent children in the Wankhede brawl matter. He could run away from justice because police who ought to have complied with the law violated that very law which it was required to implement. Hence, it is of out most necessity that law need to takes its course exactly the way our law-makers contemplated,” Singh added.