An FIR has been filed in opposition to Assamese singer Zubeen Garg on Sunday for allegedly ‘disrespecting’ the Bharat Ratna.
The FIR has been filed on the Lanka Police Station. BJP’s (Bharatiya Janta Party) state unit vp Satya Ranjan Borah had filed the grievance in opposition to the singer for apparently ‘disrespecting’ and ‘insulting’ nation’s highest civilian award and “hurting the sentiments” of individuals of India. The singer just lately spoke in regards to the concern by way of a social media put up the place he admitted that the voice within the audio clip in query was his.
As per an article in Hindustan Times, Hojai’s superintendent of police Ankur Jain was quoted as saying, “We have registered an FIR and investigating the short audio clip said to be in Garg’s voice. In the viral clip, the Bharat Ratna has been abused,”.
This comes after an audio clip surfaced on social media, through which Garg will be heard singing his new tune ‘Politics nokoriba bondhu’ (Don’t do politics, buddy) through which he has allegedly used unparliamentary phrases in opposition to the Bharat Ratna award. Garg has been open disapproving of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill. The artist is alleged to have penned the tune in protest in opposition to the Centre’s stance.
Garg was the voice of BJP’s election marketing campaign tune in Assam in 2016.
(With inputs from businesses)
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