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Singer Soumita Saha opposes Politicization of Sanitary Napkins

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The controversy over recent Sabarimala verdict of Supreme Court is never-ending. It even got murkier with the remarks made by Union Minister Smriti Irani recently. She had opined that one should not take menstrual blood soaked sanitary pads into the Temple. This was in response to media reports that one female activist Rehana Fathima, while entering Sabarimala temple, was intentionally carrying a used sanitary pad, soaked with menstrual blood. “I have the right to pray, but don’t have the right to desecrate”, Smriti Irani had reportedly said. However, her comment was widely misinterpreted and many came up with their own interpretations in an attempt to politicize the incident.

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Singer Soumita Saha apologizes to LGBT community on behalf of entire Country over Section 377

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Yesterday, Supreme Court struck down a portion of Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, that criminalized private consensual sexual acts between same sex adults. As the verdict was delivered, jubilant LGBT rights activists celebrated on the lawns of the court. The entire nation warmly appreciated the Supreme Court verdict to legalize homosexual behavior between two consenting adults, effectively scrapping Section 377 of IPC and overturning the earlier judgment of the Delhi High Court.

Noted Singer from Kolkata, Soumita Saha who is well known for being vocal about various social issues and literally influencing the youth to focus on it’s positivity also supported the verdict with open arms. “I cannot express in words how good it feels to know about supreme court’s verdict. The judgment closes the door on a dark chapter of Indian history. It marks a new era of equality for millions of people in India. I think youth shall resume faith in judiciary.” says the young singer who made her international debut this year with mega hit song Ishq.

“Sexual orientation is natural and people have no control over it. It was highly unfair to penalize people due to their sexual orientation. The Apex Court deserves kudos for correcting the 1861 law, which carried lifetime imprisonment for same sex couples”, said the singing diva.

“Britishers might have left the country in 1947, but we are still under pseudo-British Rule due to laws like Section 377 of IPC. This law was mainly used to blackmail the LGBT community members by Police and other Law Enforcement Agencies”, she added.

“It surprises me that World’s largest democracy actually spent 71 years in granting the LGBT community their Right to Life. On the behalf of the entire country, I would like to apologize to the entire LGBT community. For them, the real freedom starts today”, she further added.

Singer Soumita Saha calls for declaring December 29 as Nirbhaya Day

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Supreme Court of India has recently rejected the Review Petition against Death Sentence, filed by 3 convicts of infamous Nirbhaya Rape and Murder Case of 2012. The Apex Court upheld the death sentence awarded by a trial court and confirmed by the Delhi High Court. Nirbhaya was gang-raped inside a running bus on 16 December 2012 in Delhi by 6 persons. She was also severely assaulted and thrown out on the road. Later, she succumbed to her injuries on December 29, 2012 in Singapore. Read more

Singer Soumita Saha supports #MainTohUdungi Campaign for Women Empowerment

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No matter how much success a girl attains in life, she is always subjected to restrictions arising out of gender stereotypes in the society. Her freedom and independence is often curtailed out of fear of Log Kya Kahenge (What would people in the society say?). Sometimes these restrictions are more passive in nature, where the victim remains unaware of it throughout the ordeal. Even in developed urban strata of society, this social stigma forces girls to limit themselves to very few careers options. Girls having aspirations to be Pilots, Footballers, Crime Lawyers and Journalists, Sports Journalists etc., ultimately end up doing 9 to 5 jobs in offices, leading to a full stop on their passion and true potential. Read more

Singer Soumita Saha supports Actress Swara Bhaskar over Masturbation Controversy

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Social media has so far exhibited no mood to accept the movie ‘Veere Di Wedding’ with open minds. Initially the actress trio Sonam Kapoor, Swara Bhasker and Kareena Kapoor were targeted for their stand on Kathua rape Case. They were labeled as hypocritical and their outrage against rape was labeled ‘selective’.
The movie has faced fresh controversy when a masturbation scene featuring Swara Bhasker surfaced online. Social media Users have been critical of the said scene and Swara has been heavily trolled for this on Facebook and Twitter alike.
Noted Singer Soumita Saha, who in past had raised her voice against objectification and body shaming of women has openly come out in support of actress Swara Bhaskar.
“If we can accept on-screen sex, why do we object on-screen masturbation? We remain unperturbed by the on-screen portrayal of heinous crimes like Rape and Murder, but the hell breaks loose when a woman chooses to masturbate”, says the Kolkata based singer.
Masturbation is a healthy sexual activity that has many benefits for your physical and mental health. It is an essential part of our life very similar to breathing and eating.  Read more

Singer Soumita Saha Urges for Karate Classes made compulsory in schools for girls

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The entire nation’s blood is boiling after eight-year old Asifa was gang raped. Celebrities and Scocial activists from different part of the country joined the bandwagon and demanded justice for Asifa. Amid the nationwide grief and anger, the government has said it has started to process to amend law to introduce death penalty for rape of minors below 12 year of age which was approved on April 21.

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Singer Soumita Saha joins celebrity bandwagon on,demands justice for the minor

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With the advent of summer and mercury rising across the country, communal tentions and anarchy was keeping us busy. Communal tensions literally took a significant turn with Asifa Bano Gang rape incident. Kolkata’s Singing sensation Soumita Saha raised her voice stating “Had my heart and mind restricted me from protesting i would have never called myself ‘human’. Read more

Singing Sensation Soumita Saha breaks the misconception society nutures about women and their interest in Soccer

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“We love Football as much as men do” says The Ishq Girl Soumita Saha while expressing her love for the game

There have been several controversies about women and sports. There have been many misconceptions that women do not gel well with sports .And women head over heal in love with foot ball is a rare issue. Honestly a man can find a slice paradise right in front of his eyes when he finds some elegant woman who competes his craze for soccer. Read more

Singer Soumita Saha dedicates a song to Singer Alka Yagnik on her Birthday

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‘You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep Spring from coming’, said Pablo Neruda. No matter how much experiments are performed with music you can’t stop melody from blooming mellifluously and touching the core of heart. Bollywood’s melody queen Alka Yagnik, whose unparalleled melody reigned the music industry for more than a decade is celebrating her 52nd birthday today. The Bollywood legend has had a record-breaking career that has seen her deliver some of the most marvelous songs of the modern era. Read more

On Women’s Day, Singer Soumita Saha urges for Breastfeeding Rooms in Malls and Multiplexes

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Singer Soumita Saha, who in past had raised her voice against objectification and body shaming of women has come out in support of model Gilu Joseph in the breastfeeding controversy and has urged for a separate breastfeeding rooms in public places like Malls and Multiplexes, on the occasion of International Women’s Day. Read more