Jaya Bachchan slams Ravi Kishan’s ‘drug addiction’ comment on Bollywood; says, “You can’t tarnish the image of the entire industry”

Mumbai: Jaya Bachchan slams Ravi Kishan’s ‘drug addiction’ comment on Bollywood; says, “You can’t tarnish the image of the entire industry”.

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On Monday, Ravi Kishan, BJP MP in the Lok Sabha, raised the issue of “intoxication in the film industry” and said it had no effect. Bollywood. The actor-politician asked the government to take strict action against those involved in drug trafficking. He said that drugs come into India from China and Pakistan and there is a conspiracy by the neighboring countries to destroy the youth of India. Kishan raised the issue during Zero Hour.

Well, Ravi Kishan’s comment did not appeal to Samajwadi Party MP Jaya Bachchan. On Tuesday, the second day of the monsoon session in Parliament, Jaya said that the entire industry cannot be ‘stained’ because of some people.

According to a Times Now report, Jaya said, “People in the entertainment industry are being instigated through social media. People making their name in the industry called it a drain. I completely disagree. I hope the government tells such people not to use such language. “

He said, “Just because there are few people, you cannot tarnish the image of the entire industry. I am ashamed that one of our members in the Lok Sabha, who is from the film industry, spoke against it yesterday. It is shameful. “

Jaya has given zero hours notice to discuss the issue of an alleged “conspiracy to defame the film industry”. For unlisted people, MPs can raise issues of importance of the subject in Zero Hour for approval by the Speaker.

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