BCCI Chief Rahul Johri Asked To Explain After #MeToo Allegations
BCCI Chief Rahul Johri Asked To Explain After #MeToo Allegations

After a woman accused Rahul Johri, the CEO of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), of sexual harassment, the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators has given him a week to respond to the allegations, according to ANI. After the #MeToo movement hit India a couple of weeks ago, Mr Johri became the first person in Indian cricket to be accused of sexual harassment. Author Harnidh Kaur on Friday shared screenshots of a woman's harrowing account on her Twitter handle @PedestianPoet. In the post, Rahul Johri is alleged to have sexually harassed a woman on the pretext of a job when he was the head of Sales of a "niche satellite channel".

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