Updated: June 22, 2021 4:46 PM STI
Calcutta (West Bengal) [India]June 22 (ANI): Trinamool Congresswoman (TMC) Nusrat Jahan officially informed the secretariat of Lok Sabha and other relevant departments two weeks ago that her marriage annulment process was underway, reported indicated sources close to the actor turned politician.
The controversy over TMC MP’s “contradictory” remarks regarding her marital status refused to end with BJP MP Sanghmitra Maurya writing to Lok Sabha president Om Birla demanding that the case be referred to the committee of ‘ethics for a “detailed investigation for his illegal and ethical conduct” and appropriate action should be taken against him.
TMC MP Nusrat Jahan in her biography (in Lok Sabha) mentioned that she is married and her husband’s name is Nikhil Jain. She was sworn in as Nusrat Jahan Ruhi Jain. Now she says that his marriage is invalid. I appealed to the President to take action, “said BJP deputy Sanghmitra Maurya.
Maurya described her House membership as “no-est”.
In her letter to the President on June 19, Sanghmitra Maurya, BJP MP from Badaun, Uttar Pradesh, attached Lok Sabha profile of Congressman from Trinamool where she mentioned her husband’s name as Nikhil Jain.
“Appropriate action must be suggested under the relevant rules of Lok Sabha’s procedure and / or the case must be referred to the Ethics Committee for a detailed investigation into his illegal and ethical conduct,” Maurya said in the letter. .
“Her media statement regarding her marital status contradicts her Lok Sabha membership oath in which she was sworn in as Nusrat Jahan Ruhi Jain. This effectively makes her membership illegal,” the letter added.
Maurya’s letter stated that Jahan during his swearing-in ceremony on June 25, 2019 had spoken his name as Nusrat Jahan Ruhi Jain and was also dressed as a newlywed. “In fact, when she was attacked by a section of Islamists for marrying a non-Muslim sportswoman, MPs from all parties defended her. According to media reports, her reception was attended by CM Mamata Banerjee.” , wrote the deputy of the BJP. .
Speaking to ANI, Maurya said Jahan has a right to her personal life and no one should encroach on it, but her recent media statement on her marriage means “she has deliberately provided false information to parliament”.
“She deliberately provided false information to Lok Sabha’s secretariat, thereby engaging in unethical, illegal and immoral conduct. She deceived her electorate by giving false information and this brings a bad reputation to parliament and its members. members, âMaurya said.
West Bengal BJP vice chairman Jay Prakash Majumdar earlier this month accused Jahan of making “conflicting” remarks about his marital status and said the law should take its own course.
“It’s a huge contradiction. She’s an MP. She’s a lawmaker and she doesn’t obey the provisions. The law should take its own course. Even in parliament, she said her marital status was ‘married’.” , he added. Majumdar had said.
He had referred to Nusrat Jahan’s remarks about her separation from businessman Nikhil Jain, in which she said the issue of divorce did not arise because the “ceremony” had never been. valid under Indian law.
Majumdar said the MP is now saying she is not married.
Nusrat Jahan said in the statement that getting married in a foreign country (Turkey), in accordance with Turkish marriage regulations, his marriage is invalid in India.
âAs this was an interfaith marriage, it requires validation under the Special Marriage Law in India, which did not happen. According to the court, it is not a marriage, but a relationship or a home relationship. So the issue of divorce does not arise, “she said.
The Basirhat MP also said that the alleged marriage was not legal, valid and sustainable and therefore was not a marriage at all in the eyes of the law.
The actor-turned-politician went on to say that her visit to any location, for business or leisure, should not concern anyone she has separated from. All her expenses have always been her responsibility, contrary to the claims of “someone”, she said. (ANI)