Federation of Western Cine India Employees (FWCIE) on Monday said if Alok Nath and Sajid Khan, both accused of sexual harassment, do not respond to their notices, the organisation will move a "non-cooperation" notice against them.
Ashoke Pandit, President of Indian Film & Television Directors' Association (IFTDA) said they approached the FWICE, headed by B N Tiwari, after receiving an unsatisfactory response from Alok.
"We approached our mother body FWICE as we were not satisfied with Alok's answer and as Sajid Khan has not answered, the federation has issued a second notice.
"If they don’t respond a non-cooperation (notice) will be issued against them," Ashoke told PTI.
In a letter to Sajid, IFTDA had demanded an explanation from the director for his alleged offensive behaviour within seven days.
A notice was also sent to Alok by the organisation. The veteran actor replied to the notice via his lawyer who said Alok wasn't "answerable" to the organisation.
Nath was accused of rape by "Tara" writer-director Vinta Nanda in a Facebook post. Actor Sandhya Mridul has also accused Nath of misbehaviour
Sajid has been accused of sexual harassment by actors Saloni Chopra and Rachel White and journalist Karishma Upadhyay.
Following the allegations, Sajid stepped down as the director of "Housefull 4". He has been replaced by Farhad Samji.