Actress Ramya faces heat of BJP activists over Pak comment

Bengaluru: Kannada film actress turned politician Divya Spandana popularly known by her stage name as Ramya, who passed comment in support of Pakistan recently by saying that “Pakistan is not hell” today faced heat of BJP’s youth wing as they hurled eggs on her car.

Black flags were shown to the former MP as she came out of the airport by BJP Yuva Morcha activists who shouted “down down Ramya” and “Ramya go back” slogans. Ramya, is also facing a complaint in a court on sedition and other charges.

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After this, while on her way to the city, some eggs were thrown at her car from a distance, police said.

Police personnel who were present at the spot in good strength rounded up the protesters and whisked them away.

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Ramya is in the city to attend Krishna Janmashtami event.

Her car was accompanied by a police escort vehicle.

Some Morcha activists said their protest against Ramya was in reaction to her alleged comment to a TV channel yesterday, where she had called Mangaluru “hell”.

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The 33-year old multi-lingual actress’ comments had triggered a bitter backlash but she stood her ground saying that she would not apologise for her position.