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BJP MP Roopa Ganguly in contrast the state of affairs of West Bengal’s girls with that of Mahabharata’s Draupadi and mentioned whereas essaying the character, she had lived the lifetime of Draupadi and identified the ache. 

BJP MP Roopa Ganguly on Wednesday in contrast Draupadi’s ‘Cheer Haran’ with the state of affairs of West Bengal’s girls as she mentioned she felt the ache of Draupadi whereas essaying the character and now she will be able to really feel the ache of the ladies who’ve been subjected to atrocities. The feedback got here as West Bengal is on the boil over the alleged gangrape and demise of a minor on Nadia’s Hanskhali the place a Trinamool chief’s son was reportedly concerned.

“People said my acting as Draupadi was very good. But it was not acting. I used to come back to the hotel from the shooting and then cried because I was living the life of Draupadi. If a woman is disrobed in front of people who are laughing at her, imagine the pain of the woman. And this is the situation of Bengal’s women now — those who are alive,” the BJP MP mentioned to information company ANI.

 

“Now imagine that is happening to your child. Close your eyes and imagine the face of your child and then imagine the same happening to your daughter. How come people of West Bengal are so indifferent to what is happening to its women,” the BJP MP mentioned.

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s assertion on the Hanskhali gangrape incident has come underneath hearth as she mentioned the woman might need had an affair with the perpetrator. “How do you know if she was raped? The police are yet to ascertain the cause of the death. I had asked them. Was she pregnant or had a love affair or was sick? Even family knew it was a love affair. If a couple is in a relationship, how can I stop them?”, the chief minister mentioned.

National Commission for Women chairperson Rekha Sharma slammed Mamata and mentioned her assertion was unlucky. Being a girl, she ought to perceive the ache of one other girl. She pointed fingers on the sufferer, it was incorrect,” Rekha Sharma mentioned.


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