"You Never Forget": Maneka Gandhi Wants No Time Limit For #MeToo Cases

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  • Published On: October 08, 2018
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Sex harassment complaints should be allowed even 10-15 years later, Union Minister Maneka Gandhi has said in the middle of a Me Too movement in India that has seen more and more women sharing their experiences on social media. "You will always remember the person who did it, which is why we have written to the Law Ministry that complaints should be without any time limit," Maneka Gandhi, the Women and Child Development Minister, said on Monday. "You can now complain 10-15 years later, doesn't matter how much later. If you're going to complain the avenue is still open," she said, adding that "anger at sexual molestation never goes away".

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