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Published On: July 23, 2020 01:42 PM NPT By: Republica

After the pressure of Hindu Jagran Nepal, 'No Barata Please' made 'Private'

After the pressure of Hindu Jagran Nepal, 'No Barata Please' made 'Private'


Singer Sofia Thapa's song 'Abko Tij No Barata Please' has been made private. Singer Thapa's song, which was made public on Sunday through Highlights Nepal's YouTube channel, has been made private on YouTube. Janak Tamang of Highlights Nepal said that they made the song private after Hindu religious organizations sent a written letter.

As soon as the song was made public, members of the organization continued to pressurize the singer and YouTube channel to remove the song, saying it had hurt religious beliefs. ‘Hindu Jagran Nepal sent the letter for the removal of the song. The song has not been removed ', Tamang told ,' It has been kept private for the time being. Now it will be kept in private until a decision is made. '

Singer Thapa, who has been threatened with physical attack if the song is not removed, has taken a stand not to remove the song. ‘There was an interference in the creation of a creator. I will constantly struggle for this.

Singer Thapa said that she will continue to fight for it under no circumstances. "It simply came to our notice then. This is questioned by the overall creators. This will set a new path for the creators, she said.

"We should follow our tradition and culture according to the time. "The custom for women to fast without drinking water for the longevity of their husbands is wrong in terms of both health and equality. In the song I have called this rite 'Ab Ko Teej No Barata Please'. I don't think there should be any objection to that," Thapa said.

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