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Earlier this month, television actor Alok Nath was accused of rape and sexual harassment by television producer and writer Vinita Nanda. Following the accusations made against Alok Nath, his wife had requested for a injunction order against Vinita Nanda. Today, Mumbai's Dindoshi Sessions Court rejected the application by Alok Nath's wife. The court stated that it can't pass an injunction order against Vinita Nanda at this stage.
Previously, Alok Nath had fled a civil defamation suit against Vinita after she accused him of rape and sexual harassment. He had asked for a written apology and compensation of Rs 1. He had also applied for restraining order against Nanda.
When the ongoing #MeToo movement began to create a buzz following Nana Patekar-Tanushree Dutta case, television producer and writer Vinita Nanda who produced the 90s show Tara, took to her Facebook handle and wrote a long post, in which she accused the Sansakari Babuji of rape and sexual harassment. Several women later shared their traumatic experiences with Alok Nath.