Newly-wed Nusrat Jahan, friend Mimi take oath as LS members

Newly-wed Nusrat Jahan, friend Mimi take oath as LS members

Actress turned-legislator Nusrat Jahan, who as of late got married with Kolkata-based businessperson Nikhil Jain, made vow as an individual from the Lok Sabha on Tuesday.

Wearing an excellent pink and white saree, wearing ‘sindoor’ with wrists loaded with bangles and hands canvassed in lovely twists and twirls of henna plans, the Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP advanced toward the mic to peruse out her pledge.

She opened her vow by welcome individual administrators. “As-salamu alaykum, Namaskar,” she said before continuing in Bangla.

“Jai Hind, Vande Mataram, Jai Bangla,” she said in end.

The TMC official later contacted the feet of Speaker Om Birla and looked for his gifts.

She was trailed by her companion Mimi Chakraborty, who simply like Nusrat, made the vow in Bengali.

Following her companions lead, Mimi too finished up her discourse with “Jai Bangla, Jai Bharat, Vande Mataram.”

The two had skipped promise taking for Lok Sabha individuals on June 17 and 18 inferable from Nusrat’s wedding celebrations in Turkey.

The festivals occurred in the Turkish town of Bodrum and were gone to by dear loved ones.

Jahan and her on-screen character companion Mimi took the political dive this year and won from Basirhat and Jadavpur parliamentary voting demographics, individually.

As far back as their candidature had been declared by the TMC, both Bengali on-screen characters were exposed to trolling and disdain via web-based networking media for having no political experience or certifications to challenge surveys.

In May, the two MPs confronted reaction via web-based networking media over their decision of garments for their first day in Parliament.

The two young ladies had posted separate pictures before the Parliament on their first day in the wake of being chosen as MPs. Notwithstanding, the netizens felt that their decision of garments to go to a session in Parliament, which is considered as a ‘sanctuary of vote based system’, was wrong.


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