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Shoma: Will address media soon

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November 28, 2013 14:22


And in Kanpur, the BJP women's wing has begun protests against Shoma Chaudhary.

If Shoma as attracted scorn for her the way she has handled the Tehelka crisis, this act by the BJP in Delhi, will ensure a huge sympathy wave for her. It must be remembered that she is not an accused in the case.

BJP south Delhi chief, Vijay Jolly, apparently tried to climb on to Shoma Chaudhury's car when she was leaving her home. Clearly his political theatrics, an euphemism for hooliganism, doesn't work with the people.

Shoma did tell the protestors outside her home that she would be addressing the media.

On Twitter:

Mrityunjoy Kumar Jha: Shameful act by Vijay Jolly and his "supporters" at Soma Chaudhary's house..its vandalism


Nilanjana Roy : So if you want justice for one woman, bully another? The BJP & Vijay Jolly's vandalism at Shoma C's house so wrong.

Nandita Saikia: Have no sympathy for what I've seen of Shoma's handling of the sexual assault allegations but nothing legitimises illegal acts against her.

Abhijit Majumder: Digvijaya backs Tejpal, Vijay Jolly defaces Shoma's nameplate. Wonder if politicians are a different species who live disguised as humans

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