Nusrat Jahan and Mimi Chakraborty: Indian actresses in Indian traditions appear to be draped, pissed off
The newly elected Trinamool Congress MPs Nusrat, where Raui and Mimi Chakraborty took oath of office in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday. Nusrat and Mimi, wearing the sarees and suits respectively, respectively, in accordance with parliamentary limit, after the controversy raised by the Western wear worn in Parliament. Nusrat Jahan and Mimi Chakraborty: Newly Married Indian actresses in Indian traditions appear to be draped, pissed off |
The newlyweds Nusrat wore white sari with beautiful pink border. Vermic and bindi was on the forehead. Mehndi and red brace of marriage were in hand. At the same time his friend and MP Mimi Chakraborty wore a white suit. The two MPs who came to politics from the Bengali film industry did not take an oath on the last 17 and 18 June, because last week Nusrat married Kolkata businessman Nikhil Jain in the city of Bodrum in Turkey and his friend Mimi, this grand wedding ceremony Had gone to join.
Opposition activists protest against media personnel
Both the young MPs lost their temper when they came out of the Parliament House when they suffered a blow from the media workers. Nusrat and Mimi, unhappy with the media workers coming closer to him and taking photographs, protested against them and asked them to retreat.
At one time when they did not get anything, they both went back to the Parliament House and came out with the security personnel and requested them to get out of the way. However later he collaborated with the media and answered his every question.
Nusrat Jahan won election more than three lakh votes
Nusrat started his modeling career where he won the Beauty Contest in 2010. Now he has entered politics. Nusrat stormed the Trinamool Congress ticket from Bashirghat in West Bengal on election ticket Nusrat defeated BJP candidate Syantan Basu with more than three and a half million votes. Nusrat got a total of 7,82,078 votes. These votes were 56 percent of total voting percentage. BJP candidate Syantan Basu got 4,31,709 votes.