What Mithila said in protest of Tipkand

Many in the showbiz arena have posted pictures on Facebook after a woman was tipped off her forehead in protest of the incident. Popular actress and model Rafiat Rashid Mithila is one of them.

Henstar, a female lecturer at Farmgate in the capital, protested. 

And like everyone else, he posted a picture of himself wearing a tip on Facebook. His picture is a little different. It is seen that Mithila is aiming her weapon at such harassers. 

Mithila has made a difference in the language of protest. He wrote four lines like a poem, ‘No talk about my tip / No talk about my freedom / If there is my fear of being destroyed in the fire / The world is not yours alone!’

The actress commented, ‘Sari and tip are the favorite outfits of Bengali women. Asking questions about that means hurting his self-esteem. Which I can’t accept. ‘

Meanwhile, Mithila’s poems and pictures are gaining popularity among netizens.

Did Mithila upload this picture just for the purpose of protest?

It is learned that the film is a still image of the Kolkata movie ‘Maya’ starring Mithila. Mithila has played the lead role in the film. Mithila shared that picture as a protest in Tipkand. But the picture was black and white. Mithila has colored the tip of the forehead to draw everyone’s attention.

Incidentally, last Saturday, Lata Samaddar, a teacher of Tejgaon College, was walking from her house on Green Road in the capital. While leaving, police constable Nazmul commented to him, “Why are you tipping over?” The college teacher alleged that the constable rode his bike on his feet at one stage when he protested the incident.

Police on Monday identified the police constable and took him into custody. He has already been suspended.

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