A complaint has been filed with the Delhi Police against comedian Vir Das for using abusive language against India. Earlier on Tuesday, Vir Das had said that he did not intend to insult the country. Das is currently in America. A complaint has been lodged against Das at Delhi’s Tilak Marg police station in connection with his viral video.
Complaint Against Vir Das
While actor and comedian Vir Das is seen getting caught in legal trouble due to his controversial monologue given in America, now he has issued a statement with folded hands on this side. side has been placed. After Mumbai against Vir Das, now a complaint has been lodged in Delhi’s Tilak Marg Police Station (Complaint Against Vir Das ). BJP Aditya Jha has lodged this complaint. On the other hand, Vir Das has issued a statement on Twitter saying that he did not intend to insult the country (Vir Das Clarification). He has also described India as a great country.
Earlier, Das said, in the video ‘I come from two Indias’ (I come from two types of India), he did not intend to insult the country. Das is currently in the US and uploaded a video titled ‘I come from to India’ on YouTube on Monday. The video was part of his recent presentation at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington DC.
In the six-minute video, Das talked about the country’s alleged dual character and cited issues ranging from the COVID-19 pandemic, rape incidents and action against comedians to farmer protests. Clips of a portion of the video were being shared on Twitter , especially the part in which Das said, “I come from an India where women are worshiped during the day and accompanied by them at night.” Rape happens.”
Das, 42, shared a note on Twitter saying that his intention was to remind him that the country is “great” despite all its issues.
Vir Das Clarification
We are proud of the country’ the comedian further wrote, ‘It ends as a thunderous applause filled with patriotism, for the country we all love, believe in and are proud of. There is more to our country than headlines, a deep beauty. That is the point of the video and the reason for the applause. Vir Das says that people cheer for the country with hope instead of ‘hatred’. He has appealed to his fans not to be misled by the small edited clips of the video.
Vir Das has written, ‘Please don’t be fooled by the edited snippets
Vir Das has written, ‘Please don’t be fooled by the edited snippets. People cheer for India with hope, not hate. People clap for India with respect and not with malice. You can’t sell tickets, earn applause, or represent great people with a negativity. All this can only happen with pride. I am proud of my country and I take that pride around the world.
At the end of his statement, Vir Das wrote, ‘For me, anywhere in the world a room full of people, the cheer of India, is pure love. I ask you the same, what I asked those viewers… you focus on Ujjaare, to remember the greatness of our country and to share the love.’