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FIR ordered against Miss Pooja, Harish Verma for ‘hurting religious sentiments’

The complainant was filed by Sandeep Kaushal, a local advocate who had alleged that Miss Pooja, in her song, had hurt sentiments of the Hindu community by showing the God of Death, Yamaraj, as a drunkard.

The Hush Post: A local court has ordered registration of an FIR against famous Punjabi singer Miss Pooja for ‘hurting religious sentiments’. The order was passed by the Nangal court in Rupnagar district in connection with her song ‘Jeeju-Jeeju’.

The complainant was filed by Sandeep Kaushal, a local advocate who had alleged that Miss Pooja, in her song, had hurt sentiments of the Hindu community by showing the God of Death, Yamaraj, as a drunkard. Maintaining the complainant’s plea, the court ordered registration of a case under sections 295-A, 499 and 500 of the IPC. Besides, the court also served notice on Punjabi actor Harish Verma who had portrayed the role of Yamaraj in the video.

Meanwhile, police station incharge, Inspector Sunny Khanna informed that he was yet to receive the court’s orders and further action will be taken accordingly.

Miss Pooja, whose real name is Gurinder Kaur Kainth, hails from Rajpura in Punjab. She had joined the BJP in year 2013 and reportedly eyeing party ticket for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.

She has been twice grilled by the ED in a FEMA case in year 2014. The ED had sought the details of her shows abroad.

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