Actress and ‘Bigg Boss 9’ fame Yuvika Chaudhary landed in legal trouble after she was arrested on October 18 by Haryana Police for her alleged objectionable remarks against scheduled castes on social media platform. However, Yuvika was later released on interim bail.

Actor Yuvika Choudhary’s lawyer Ashok Bishnoi said in a statement to the news agency, “My client has joined the investigation as per the guidelines given by the High Court and she is on interim bail now (alleged objectionable against scheduled castes on social media platforms). In case of comment).” Following a complaint by a Dalit rights activist, Yuvika was booked in May by the Haryana Police, which filed an FIR against the actress under Scheduled Castes. and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.

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In a vlog shot by her husband, Prince Narula, Yuvika had said casteist slurs which went viral on social media in no time. This obviously did not go down well with the netizens and #ArrestYuvikaChaudhary started trending. Yuvika later issued an apology for her comments on her Instagram account as she wrote, “Hi guys, I didn’t understand the meaning of the word I used in my previous vlog, I meant to hurt someone. I didn’t and I can never do this to hurt anyone I apologize to everyone I hope you all understand love (sic). However, Haryana Police had registered a case against him in May on a complaint by a Dalit rights activist named Rajat Kalsan, Who alleged that Yuvika made some derogatory and objectionable remarks about the Scheduled Caste community in the video and submitted a copy to the police. Well, this is not the first time an actress has been booked for using casteist slurs. Earlier, ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’ actress Munmun Dutta used casteist slur in one of her social media videos. After receiving huge backlash, Munmun issued an apology saying that he never intended to insult, intimidate, humiliate or hurt anyone’s sentiments. Model-turned-actress Meera Mithun landed in legal trouble on August 7 after she uploaded a video in which she allegedly hurled a casteist slur by a director, complaining of stealing her picture and using it for the first look of the film. . This is not the first time an actress has been booked for using casteist slurs. Earlier, ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’ actress Munmun Dutta used casteist slur in one of her social media videos. After receiving huge backlash, Munmun issued an apology saying that he never intended to insult, intimidate, humiliate or hurt anyone’s sentiments. Model-turned-actress Meera Mithun landed in legal trouble on August 7 after she uploaded a video in which she allegedly hurled a casteist slur by a director, complaining of stealing her picture and using it for the first look of the film. . This is not the first time an actress has been booked for using casteist slurs. Earlier, ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’ actress Munmun Dutta used casteist slur in one of her social media videos. After receiving huge backlash, Munmun issued an apology saying that he never intended to insult, intimidate, humiliate or hurt anyone’s sentiments. Model-turned-actress Meera Mithun landed in legal trouble on August 7 after she uploaded a video in which she allegedly hurled a casteist slur by a director, complaining of stealing her picture and using it for the first look of the film. . Munmun issued an apology saying that he never intended to insult, intimidate, humiliate or hurt anyone’s sentiments. Model-turned-actress Meera Mithun landed in legal trouble on August 7 after she uploaded a video in which she allegedly hurled a casteist slur by a director, complaining of stealing her picture and using it for the first look of the film. . Munmun issued an apology saying that he never intended to insult, intimidate, humiliate or hurt anyone’s sentiments. Model-turned-actress Meera Mithun landed in legal trouble on August 7 after she uploaded a video in which she allegedly hurled a casteist slur by a director, complaining of stealing her picture and using it for the first look of the film. .

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