"The matter is highly deplorable. Chairman of the club as well as the head of its women committee and the coach have been asked to come in person within a week and submit their replies," chairperson of the State Commission for Women Leelaben Ankoliya said.
The commission has also sought police investigation into the matter and written to other clubs in the state to find out if they have women committees (which are supposed to protect the rights of women in such institutions) in place, she said.
"We have asked the club to furnish a reply. The district child protection officer was sent to the club yesterday to get details and submit a report," Pandya said.
While the parents of the girl had said Friday that they had no complaint against the coach, the club ordered its own inquiry after the video began to do rounds on social media.
No police case has been registered in the matter.
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