Irani went on to criticise the media, accusing it of blowing things out of proportion.
It is seen as a tacit endorsement of the UPA regime’s decision.
Besides Irani, police is considering to mention two BJP MLAs and a government official as witnesses in the case.
The rapid rise within the BJP and her induction in the Union Cabinet as its youngest member have returned the spotlight on Smriti Irani.
Online petition to collect parents’ signatures was launched on Tuesday. The petition will be forwarded to the PMO.
Goa police had arrested four employees of Fabindia outlet at Candolim village near Panaji.
Goa Police have also summoned the company’s Board of Directors, who are likely to be questioned tomorrow.
Police is now probing which employee among the four accused changed the direction of the CCTV camera.
Eleven employees of Fabindia store have been summoned for questioning today afternoon, said police.
The Consultative Committee of Parliament on HRD Ministry discussed the proposed national education policy on Monday.
Parents’ Association, have written a letter to HRD Minister Smriti Irani for intervention in the matter.
I personally feel that it must not be the company’s fault but mischief played by its staff members, said Parsekar.
Chaitrali Sawant, who had been untraceable after the incident, moved the court for anticipatory bail through her lawyer.
Irani, who visited a Fabindia store at Candolim last week, alleged that it had a CCTV camera focusing at the trial room.
On hidden cameras, Newsline does a reality check at various malls in Pune city and in Pimpri-Chinchwad.