Actress turned politician Nusrat Jahan sets an example of united India| Master Stroke

11 Oct 2019 10:14 PM

Actress turned politician Nusrat Jahan sets an example of united India| Master Stroke

Updated 11 Oct 2019 10:14 PM

Trinamool Congress (TMC) lawmaker Nusrat Jahan, who played 'Sindoor Khela' at a pandal here on Friday, has said that she respects the people of all religions.
During the celebration, Bengali Hindu women apply sindoor on the forehead and feet of the goddess and offer sweets to her, which is followed by applying sindoor on each other's face.
Speaking to media persons today, Jahan said: "I have already sent a message to the people that nothing matters more than humanity and love. I am god's special child and respect humanity and love more than anything. I respect all religions."

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