Nusrat Jahan slams trolls for sindoor remarks

Abha Gupta. Dated: 6/30/2019 12:45:48 PM

Nusrat Jahan, newly elected Trinamool Congress MP, on Saturday, slammed those who trolled her for wearing sindoor at her oath-taking ceremony in Parliament on June 25.
In a tweet, Nusrat Jahan said that she represents and "inclusive India" and would not pay heed to the comments made by "hardliners as it only breeds hatred and violence".
Nusrat Jahan was trolled for sporting sindoor (worn by Hindu women) at her oath-taking ceremony as an MP on Tuesday (June 25). She married Kolkata-based entrepreneur Nikhil Jain in Turkey on June 19.
Reacting to those who trolled her for sporting sindoor and wearing a saree, Nusrat Jahan said, "I represent an inclusive India which is beyond the barriers of caste, creed and religion."
Nusrat Jahan further said that she respects all the religions and "still remain a Muslim". "None should comment on what I chose to wear. Faith is beyond attire and is more about believing and practising the invaluable doctrines of all the religions," Nusrat Jahan tweeted.


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