#NewDelhi: Bangladeshi actress Pori Moni is not relieved to be released from jail. Because he has already received a notice to leave the house from the landlord. And seeing this condition of the bride, old memories of writer Taslima Nasrin come to mind. In his words, “That’s what I said that day! I feel the helplessness of the bride with all my heart.” Taslima became vocal after her girlfriend was arrested. After being released from jail, she wrote on her Facebook again as an actress.
At one point he too had to leave the country. He was later asked to leave West Bengal. He was also asked to leave his house on Rowden Street in Kolkata. This state also had to leave. Seeing his girlfriend, all those memories seem to have awakened again. So Taslima writes, “Parimani got out of jail, entered the house and saw that the landlord had given her a notice to leave the house. I know this terrible bad time very well, since it happened in my own life. I remember those days in Kolkata. I was renting a house then in 2006. The Commissioner of Police came and informed me that the Chief Minister was asking me to leave the country. I took refuge, and whether I have to leave this shelter or not, I have no house anywhere, where can I go! “
He also writes about how difficult that time became for the writer. Not just politics. Even the friends did not stand by him at that time. Taslima writes, “Who wants to remove the soil from under my feet! I am probably more a victim of the conspiracies of politicians than the politics of the mafia dons of literature. Alone I am shouting, I will not leave the state, I will not leave the city, I will not leave the house, because I have done nothing wrong, I am writing about humanity. Fighting for human rights, writing about humanity is not wrong! “
He further writes, “A Bengali writer living in Bengal in love, expelling him from Bengal, banning him means destroying his authorship — so I refused to leave the state. When Sunil Gangopadhyay called I said I have to leave the state. “I understand that those who should have stood by, are not standing by. Calcutta has shown how writers demand a ban on another author’s book, how writers jump into defeating another author.”
And in the midst of all this, the landlord held a notice in his hand to leave the house. Taslima recalls, “When it was getting dark all around, my landlord gave me a notice to leave the house! Probably the Chief Minister asked the landlord to give that notice. I realized the horror of the conspiracy that day.”
After that, Taslima returned to her girlfriend. He writes, “As the enemy of the bride is not less, so are the benevolent well-wishers, they will stand by her in this difficult time, I believe. No one stood by my side helplessly. First I was forced to leave the kingdom, then the country.”