Nusrat Jahan Shamed The Indian Culture By Applying Sindoor, Says BJP West Bengal President Dilip Ghosh

West Bengal BJP president on Wednesday raked up a new controversy over Nusrat Jahan’s marital status and sought her immediate resignation. Interacting with media, BJP West Bengal President Dilip Ghosh said that the Trinamool Congress should sack her or she should resign as an MP because she has shamed the Indian culture by applying sindoor and then denying her marriage.

“Nusrat Jahan is a woman MP. She has shamed the Indian culture by applying sindoor, addressing a man as her husband, and inviting the CM to her ‘boubhat’ (reception) and now she says she is not married,” Dilip Ghosh told news agency ANI.

West Bengal BJP president on Wednesday raked up a new controversy over Nusrat Jahan’s marital status and sought her immediate resignation. Interacting with media, BJP West Bengal President Dilip Ghosh said that the Trinamool Congress should sack her or she should resign as an MP because she has shamed the Indian culture by applying sindoor and then denying her marriage.

“Nusrat Jahan is a woman MP. She has shamed the Indian culture by applying sindoor, addressing a man as her husband, and inviting the CM to her ‘boubhat’ (reception) and now she says she is not married,” Dilip Ghosh told news agency ANI.

This is not the first time that Ghosh attacked her and called her a fraud for her statement in which she said her marriage does not have any legal standing in India as she got married in a ceremony in Turkey. “What a fraud. A person who was given a ticket by TMC took an oath, now says she was not even married. However, she wore sindoor, dragged a rath, conducted pujas, and won the election,” he told media earlier.

Earlier, Uttar Pradesh BJP MP Sanghamitra Maurya also wrote to Lok Sabha speaker, demanding the Lower House to disqualify Nusrat for giving a false affidavit regarding her marital status in Parliament.

 

 

 

In a letter on June 9, Nusrat Jahan had claimed her marriage with businessman Nikhil Jain was not a legal marriage but a live-in relationship as their wedding in Turkey did not have recognition in Indian law. Nusrat Jahan is also expecting her first child. Nikhil Jain has denied that he is the father of the child, media reports said.

Jahan, born on 8 January 1990, is an Indian film actress turned politician. She predominantly works in Bengali cinema and joined active politics in 2019 and contested from Basirhat as a Trinamool Congress candidate. Jahan’s screen debut was in Raj Chakraborty’s Shot. She then appeared in the film Khoka 420, under the banner Eskay Movies. Her other notable films include Khiladi, with Ankush Hazra, Sondhe Namar Agey, with Rahul Bose and Power, with Jeet under the banner of Shree Venkatesh Films. She is an elected Member of Parliament for Basirhat.

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