Trinamool Congress MP and movie star Nusrat Jahan has obtained loss of life threats on social media for dressing up as Goddess Durga for commercials for a clothes line that she posted on Instagram on 17 September.
The actor left for London on September 27 for a movie shoot however her workplace has alerted authorities.
“We’ve got taken up the matter with the Bengal authorities and the Ministry of Exterior Affairs, who’re in flip coordinating with the Indian Embassy in London (UK), for defense, as a further safety measure,” an in depth aide instructed NDTV.
“Ms Jahan has all the time stood for her secular and inclusive viewpoints and these trolls don’t deter her,” he added.
With hours of Ms Jahan posting a video and pictures of her picture shoot for the advert, during which she is dressed because the goddess and holding a trishul (trident), threats began popping up on her timeline, from India and Bangladesh, in line with sources.
This isn’t the primary time Ms Jahan has been threatened and abused for her views or stand on points. She was abused for marrying a Hindu, sporting ‘sindoor‘ or vermillion and taking part in rath yatra quickly after. Photographs of her at Durga Puja pandals final yr along with her husband had gone viral and drawn abuse.
Not simply Ms Jahan, occasion colleague and fellow MP Mimi Chakraborty additionally confronted abuse for enjoying the position of Goddess Durga for a dance drama on an leisure channel to rejoice Mahalaya on September 17which is an auspicious day in Bengal’s Durga Puja calendar.
A handful of critics reportedly slammed Ms Chakraborty for some tattoos on her arms that have been reportedly seen through the efficiency because the goddess.
Ms Jahan had just lately complained to the Cyber Cell of Kolkata Police about an unauthorised use of her picture by a video chat and courting app. No police criticism has been filed concerning the abuse flooding her Instagram account after her “Goddess Durga” pictures but.
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