'Love in Disguise': TMC's Nusrat Jahan dismisses 'attention-seeking' trolls, says all set to work for People
Newly elected Trinamool Congress MP Nusrat Jahan Ruhi has been in the limelight ever since she was fielded by her party from West Bengal’s Basirhat. Nusrat, who took oath on Tuesday after her marriage to a Kolkata-based businessman in Turkey, spoke to CNN-News18 about her new role, women empowerment and the backlash she received for her sartorial choices.
It was my first day in Parliament and I have been taught in school and by my parents that work is worship. Many people would not have noticed that my friend (MP Mimi Chakraborty) and I touched the stairs of Parliament before entering. We are the youngest and it will be a great learning opportunity with all dignitaries sitting in front of us. I am looking forward to be guided well and I am all set to learn, observe and work for my people.
Before we start anything, we always seek blessings from god and the people of India as well. That was going on in my mind when I thought of touching the Speaker’s feet.