The Assamese singer Zubeen Garg is allegedly in trouble for insulting the Bharat Ratna, which is the highest civilian award given on Republic day. Reportedly, Vice President of the Assam Satya Ranjan Borah said in a Facebook post that he has filed the case against Garg for his new track, Politics nokoriba bandhu, a Bengali song.
Borah was disappointed by this song and he wrote that “I don’t have any personal problem with Zubeen Garg but the way he has been behaving cannot be accepted for a healthy and cultured Assamese society if you think for the society please be with for the cause. Thank you.” Also, In the Facebook post, Borah claimed that Garg also insulted late singer Dr. Bhupen Hazarika in his song. For those unaware, Hazarika is a veteran singer who passed away last year and now was given the Bharat Ratna award.
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In the FIR, Borah wrote, “that the song will impact the youth negatively. Zubeen Garg is an institution, and he has a massive following.”
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The case is registered under Section 294, 500, 506 of the Indian Penal Code, and Section 67 of the Information Technology Act. We have to tell you that Zubeen is in trouble with the law, let’s wait to watch what happens next!