Mah Council demands inquiry in 'wardrobe malfunction'
Mumbai, Apr 5 (UNI) Cutting across the party lines, members of the Maharashtra Legislative Council today demanded that a detailed inquiry should be conducted in the two incidents of wardrobe malfunction during the Lakme fashion week held here recently.
Raising a point of property, senior Shiv Sena leader Pramod Navalkar claimed that no proper inquiry was conducted by the Government, which yesterday gave the answer that the two incidents were mere ''accidents''.
He alleged that there must have been pressure on the Government to give such an opinion and demanded that a detailed inquiry could be conducted into the incident.
Four women members of the council - Sudha Joshi (Congress), Fauziya Khan (NCP), Kanta Nalavade (BJP), Dr Neelam Gorhe (Sena) also supported the demand of Mr Navalkar. The members also expressed concern as to why action was not taken against the organisers.
Council Chairman Shivajirao Deshmukh directed the Government to conduct a detailed inquiry into the incident.
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