Bengali film actress and TMC MP Nusrat Jahan is often in controversies, and now TMC MP is ‘missing’. Posters of Nusrat Jahan’s disappearance have been pasted at various places in the Basirhat Lok Sabha area of West Bengal. It reads, “MP Nusrat Jahan is missing. I want to find out. Courtesy of ‘Workers of TeamC’. “Political turmoil has intensified after such posters were found in Basirhat Lok Sabha area.
Let us inform you that Nusrat Jahan is a TMC MP from Basirhat and recently broke up with her husband, Nikhil Jain. And then she was in the headlines about the birth of the child. Now, after the poster of ‘missing’ in the Basirhat Lok Sabha area, questions are being raised about the MP’s political activities. The panchayat head of TMC herself raises questions about the absence of the actress MP.
The local Trinamool panchayat chief says that after winning the votes of the ordinary people, people expect that the MP will come to their area and solve their problems. Still, people can only see the MP on social media. It seems that someone has pasted the poster in the dark of night.
Nusrat Jahan is visible only on film screens and on social media
In this context, District BJP Yuva Morcha’s Basirhat President Palash Sarkar said, “TMC MPs are seen on the film screen. She appears on social media, Facebook and Twitter. They don’t care about ordinary people. It has lost its existence even in the Trinamool Congress.
“Champatala gram panchayat chief Humayun Raza Choudhary said; as soon as I knew about this poster, I was instructed to remove the poster. In the year 2009, Haji Noorul Sahab became an MP. He did a lot for the people. At the same time, people do not see Nusrat this way because she is busy with work. There can be anger in people’s minds. We will tell this to the party.”
Actress Nusrat Jahan is not seen in the Basirhat area
Regarding TMC workers in the poster, the panchayat head said, “Party workers are common people. They vote and elect the chief, MP, and MLA. Nusrat Jahan is not visible in the area. This can make people angry. She does not even attend any program.”
CPIM North 24 Parganas district member Imtiaz Hussain said, “When Nusrat Jahan became a candidate, at that time, we had said that this candidate has no political affiliation. They have no contribution to society. He has no real contact with the people of society. If she wins, what will she do for Basirhat? I raised this question in 2019. Today in 2022, it has become a reality.”