After two days of silence, the central government finally spoke up on the issue with a union minister strongly coming out in support of #MeToo survivors. Smriti irani said today, that MJ Akbar should speak up. The RSS’s Dattatreya Hosable also tweeted in support of the MeToo movement. So does this mean that they will perhaps now push MJ Akbar to resign, but the National Commission of Women, which is the statutory body which advises the government, has been an enabling force, welcoming the movement and also inviting all women to write in to them. So exactly what kind of help and support can they provide? On Reality Check tonight, NCW chairperson Rekha Sharma joins us along with two women who have a starring role in the #Metoo movement.
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