From Bhupen Goswami
GUWAHATI : Even as Indians are feeling the pinch of rising fuel prices, Hindu God Shiva and his wife Goddess Parvati today rode on the streets of Assam’s Nagaon district to register a protest against it. Earlier today, two activists dressed like two gods of the Hindu pantheon, took to the streets to protest against high fuel prices and unemployment, among other issues. In Assam, a man who played the role of Lord Shiva in a nukkad natak from Nagaon has been arrested for allegedly hurting religious sentiments.
According to the information received, a video of them had surfaced in which these people were seen smoking in the guise of God. After which they were arrested. One of the accused will be produced before the court for the arrested person for doing unparliamentary work in the guise of Lord Shiva. According to the information received from the police, two others involved in the incident have not yet been arrested.Locals said that it was the film director Leena Manimekalai, who gave rise to the Kali Maa controversy, in another tweet, showing Bhagavana Shiva and Mother Parvati drinking sigraet. Lena tweeted on Thursday, July 78, and shared a photo. On this tweet, he wrote that somewhere else…” At the same time, in this tweet, in the photo that Lena has shared, two people playing the role of Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati are seen smoking cigarettes. There was a lot of resentment from the general public to politicians over this tweet of Leena.