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TMC’s Nusrat Jahan Shamed Indian Culture By Applying Sindoor: BJP’s Dilip Ghosh


West Bengal BJP Chairman Dilip Ghosh said Trinamool Congressman Nusrat Jahan had shamed Indian culture by applying “sindoor” (vermilion), addressing a man like her husband and later stating that she was not married.

Ghosh said: “Nusrat Jahan got married in Sindoor, introduced a man as her husband, invited the chief minister to the wedding and now she says she is not married. It is an extreme insult to (the) Indian culture.

He called on TMC MP from Basirhat Lok Sabha constituency to resign for “deceiving people”. “It may be the ideology of Saugata Babu (TMC MP) and not the ideology of India or Bengal.

Trouble continues to mount for Nusrat Jahan after a complaint was filed against her by BJP MP Sanghmitra Maurya for providing false information in her affidavit to Parliament. “Appropriate action must be suggested under the relevant rules of Lok Sabha’s procedure and / or the case must be referred to the Ethics Committee for a detailed investigation into his illegal and ethical conduct,” Maurya said in the letter. . She also joined Nusrat’s Lok Sabha profile where she mentioned her husband’s name as Nikhil Jain. “Her media statement regarding her marital status contradicts her Lok Sabha membership oath in which she was sworn in as Nusrat Jahan Ruhi Jain. This effectively makes her membership illegal,” the letter added.

In a letter of June 9, Nusrat Jahan claimed that her marriage to businessman Nikhil Jain was not legal but that it was a home relationship as their marriage in Turkey was not recognized by Indian law.

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