Watch: TMC MP Nusrat Jahan dances, plays ‘dhaak’ at Suruchi Sangha - kolkata

Watch: TMC MP Nusrat Jahan dances, plays ‘dhaak’ at Suruchi Sangha – kolkata

Trinamool Congress lawmaker Nusrat Jahan was seen having fun with the festivities throughout Durga Puja on Saturday, dancing to the sound of the ‘dhaak’ and in addition taking part in the standard Bengali instrument on the eighth day of the pageant in Kolkata. The 30-12 months-outdated, who can also be a Bengali movie actor, was seen sporting a conventional pink-and-white saree, performing a number of dance strikes with different dancers because the ‘dhaakis’ offered the music.

The TMC chief, who was accompanied by her husband Nikhil Jain, later tried her expertise on the ‘dhak’ at the Suruchi Sangha, a outstanding pandal within the metropolis. They have been additionally seen providing prayers to Goddess Durga and performing an aarti, a two-minute-video launched on Twitter by information company ANI confirmed.

The video additionally reveals everybody sporting face masks and sustaining social distancing norms put in place by the federal government at the Suruchi Sangha pandal in New Alipore space. It is likely one of the greatest and most well-known Durga Puja places wherever within the metropolis, regardless of being devoid of tourists owing to measures in place to forestall the unfold of the coronavirus pandemic.

Jahan had participated within the festivities on Durga Ashtami final 12 months as effectively. Dressed in a pink sari, Jahan was seen dancing with a gaggle of ladies at the Suruchi Sangha Pandal as her husband performed the ‘dhaak’.

The TMC chief had obtained loss of life threats in September on social media when she dressed up because the goddess Durga for a clothes line and shared her images on Instagram. Her workplace had notified the required authorities concerning the incident thereafter.

This was, nonetheless, not the primary time she needed to face abuse. She was threatened final 12 months for marrying a Hindu and making use of ‘sindoor’ and taking part in a rath yatra quickly after. “I am God’s special child. I celebrate all festivals. I respect humanity and love more than anything,” Jahan was quoted as saying by ANI after the incident.

Durga Puja has been a low key this 12 months as folks have been suggested by the federal government to take care of social distancing norms with the intention to restrict the unfold of the coronavirus illness.

Jahan was voted to the Lok Sabha within the basic elections final 12 months as a member of chief minister Mamata Banerjee’s All India Trinamool Congress social gathering from West Bengal’s Basirhat constituency.

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