Bindu Ammini slams obscene video targeting her

Bindu Ammini slams obscene video targeting her

Bindu Ammini. File photo.

Bindu Ammini, one of the two women who initially entered Sabarimala Ayyappa temple, has approached the police against an obscene video being circulated in the social media targeting her.

Bindu alleged that the BJP-Sangh Parivar activists had morphed the video and circulated it not only to insult her but also to make gains in the elections.

"I received information about this fake video insulting me just after the Lok Sabha polling in Kerala was over. I did a personal inquiry and came to know that it was in circulation even from the first week of April. Hence I think there was political motive behind it. I had lodged a complaint with the police and I believe that the video was already removed from the cyberspace," Bindu told DH.

In a social media post, Bindu strongly criticised the BJP-Sangh Parivar. "I will not end my life on seeing such acts. It will only energise my fight against the BJP-Sangh Parivar. I will continue my fight against Sangh Parivar till the end of my life," she said.

She also flayed that the BJP had lowered its standards as a party that insult womanhood to win elections. She said that she entered Sabarimala upholding the Indian Constitution as well as the Supreme Court order that lifted the restriction on women in the 10-5- age group to the temple.