Taslima Nasreen exposes hypocrisy of India's so-called secularists, shares video of 'Muslim fanatics'

Taslima Nasreen shared a video on Twitter in which a few 'Muslim fanatics' are seen demanding arrest of the author over the sale of her controversial book 'Lajja' in Hyderabad.

By Tarun Khanna | Updated: Dec 14, 2015, 01:06 AM IST
Taslima Nasreen exposes hypocrisy of India's so-called secularists, shares video of 'Muslim fanatics'

New Delhi: Noted Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen on Sunday shared a video on Twitter in which a few 'Muslim fanatics' are seen demanding arrest of the author over the sale of her controversial book 'Lajja' at an exhibition put up by Teachers Federation at Sundarya Vigyana Kendram in Hyderabad.

However, what most the protesters in the video failed to realise is that the book is not banned in India.

Questioning the silence of so-called secularists in India, Nasreen further wrote, “Haven't heard any secular writer in India call this act of Muslim fanatics 'intolerance'.