Woman booked after videos of her dance outside temple go viral; Bajrang Dal leader says she hurt religious sentiments

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MP: Girl booked after movies of her dance exterior temple go viral; Bajrang Dal chief says she damage non secular sentiments



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Chhatarpur, Sep 26 (PTI) Police on Sunday registered a case towards a younger girl, whose movies of her dancing on Bollywood songs exterior a temple in Madhya Pradesh”s Chhatarpur metropolis went viral on social media, an official mentioned.

The motion was taken towards her after a Bajrang Dal chief lodged a criticism alleging that she danced exterior the Janrai Toriya Mandir, a Ram-Sita temple, in an “obscene method” as a way to “damage the non secular sentiments of Hindus”, the police official mentioned.

The lady has 2.5 million followers on her Instagram account, the place she posted these controversial dance movies.

“Following the criticism lodged by Bajrang Dal chief Surendra Shivhare in regards to the movies, the lady, recognized as Aarti Sahu, has been booked below IPC part 298 (deliberate intention of injuring non secular emotions of any individual),” Chhatarpur”s Sub Divisional Officer of Police (SDOP) Shashank Jain mentioned.

Additional authorized steps can be taken after the examination of the movies and different details, he mentioned.

In his criticism, Shivhare mentioned that Sahu intentionally danced in an obscene method in entrance of the temple, and shared the movies on social media with the intention of injuring the non secular sentiments of Hindus.

In a video assertion later, Sahu mentioned she has been going to the temple since she was a toddler.

“I remorse and search apology from folks if my movies damage their sentiments. It was not my intention,” she mentioned, including that posting movies on Instagram was the principle supply of incomes for her household.

Sahu mentioned she has eliminated these movies from her Instagram account.

Within the two viral movies, the lady was seen dancing on two Bollywood songs – ”Daye lage kabhi baye lage” from the film “Cocktail” and ”Meri sham awadh se aayi hai” from the film “Welcome to Karachi” in entrance of the temple gate. PTI COR ADU

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