MJ Akbar is blamed for savage conduct, including welcoming young ladies to inn spaces for “gatherings”.
Neither Mr Akbar nor the remote service have reacted to the memorable charges against him.
Be that as it may, another priest, Maneka Gandhi, said all charges, including those against government officials, must be tested.
Mr Akbar is the most senior individual so far to be named in the whirlwind of claims that have been made against comics, writers, writers, on-screen characters and movie producers over the most recent couple of days.
One of India’s most persuasive editors, he has altered driving English-dialect daily papers, for example, The Broadcast and The Asian Age.
He was first named on Monday by senior columnist Priya Ramani, who retweeted an article she had composed for Vogue India a year prior titled “To the Harvey Weinsteins of the world”, where she related what she called her first experience of work environment badgering.
Ms Ramani did not name anybody in the first piece, but rather said in Monday’s tweet that the article had been about Mr Akbar.
From that point forward, five other ladies have likewise approached with their very own accounts, naming Mr Akbar. Somewhere around one different mysterious record is accepted to be about him.
Aside from Mr Akbar, veteran performing artists Alok Nath and movie chief Vikas Bahl have been blamed for rape. Nath has denied the claims, while Bahl has not reacted.