Journalist Tavleen Singh recently sparked off a controversy when she wrote in her weekly column in the Indian Express that Indian feminism is not about the "bottom-slapping" of Rupan Deol Bajaj. Such a relatively trivial incident, she suggested, does not deserve to be taken to the Supreme Court. Her column received much adverse comment, including from members of the Indian Women's Press Corps (whom Singh had targeted in the column). The IWPC says that Singh was motivated by purely personal reasons. It is widely believed that Singh's stance was really a defence of K.P.S. Gill, who she openly admires for bringing peace to Punjab. She explains her objections to the Indian women's movement.