Smriti Irani voyeurism case: Digvijay Singh says Fabindia officials shouldn't be harassed

New Delhi, April 7: Congress leader Digvijay Singh on Tuesday defended Fabindia in connection with the Smriti Irani voyeurism case. Read more: Smriti Irani 'voyeurism' case: Goa Police summons Fabindia CEO, MD

Coming out in full support, All India Congress Committee General Secretary said that the top officials of the reputed company should not be harassed.

Digvijay Singh defends Fabindia

"If some outlet in Goa shifted CCTV camera focus the top management of Fabindia shouldn't be harassed", Singh wrote on Twitter.

In another tweet, Singh, who is also party's desk in-charge for Goa praised the ethnic apparel chain for promoting the work of the weavers from rural India.

"Fabindia has done an excellent work in promoting Village Industry Products which KVIC couldn't," he wrote on micro-blogging site.

The former Madhya Pradesh chief minister's comments come a day after Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar said the top management (of Fabindia) should not be blamed for the incident. "Fabindia is a reputed company.

But I personally feel that it must not be company's fault but mischief played by the staff members. Some womanisers must have done that," Parsekar said.

Crime Branch has summoned Fabindia's Chief Executive Officer Subrata Dutta, Managing Director William Bissel and 11 other employees for questioning today.

Last week, HRD Minister Smriti Irani who had visited Fabindia outlet in Candolim for shopping spotted a hidden camera peeping inside the trial room.

Crime branch had arrested four employees in this connection, who were granted bail by the court on Saturday.

OneIndia News

(With inputs from PTI)

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