Big trouble removed from Paresh Rawal's head, relief from High Court in controversial comment case
The court has ordered, in this case Paresh can be questioned through video conferencing. The court know that the next hearing in this matter will be held on February 6.
Bollywood actor and BJP leader Paresh Rawal was in news last year for a statement he made at a rally during the Gujarat elections. He had said such a thing about which the people of Bengal became very angry. In this case, people dragged Paresh to the High Court. But now he has got a big relief from the Calcutta High Court.
In fact today news has come that the High Court has ordered the Talatala police not to take any coercive action on behalf of Paresh for that controversial comment. Let us tell you that Paresh had said, "Cook fish for Bengalis", after which a large community got angry with him. The reason for getting relief from the court is that Paresh had already apologized for this.
The court has ordered, in this case Paresh can be questioned through video conferencing. Let the court know that the next hearing in this matter will be held on February 6. Significantly, during the Gujarat elections held last year, Paresh Rawal had participated in several election rallies of the BJP. When the controversy increased after this statement, Paresh apologized and clarified that his statement was in reference to illegal "Bangladeshis and Rohingyas".