In a recent development, Neha Singh Rathore, a Bhojpuri folk singer who gained fame with her song “Ka Ba”, has once again come into the limelight.
This time, she has been issued a police notice in relation to her latest song on the Kanpur Dehat fire incident. The police sought answers to seven questions from the singer within a period of three days.
Neha Singh Rathore recently released a song on 16th February titled “UP Mein Ka Ba Season-2“, which reportedly talks about the Kanpur Dehat fire incident. Tragically, the eviction resulted in the deaths of two women (mother-daughter), prompting Rathore to speak out against the government’s actions.
Her words struck a chord with many who share her concerns, as she boldly raised her voice against injustice and called for accountability. However, the police have alleged that the song has created a situation of tension, disharmony, and discrimination in society.
As per reports, the Uttar Pradesh Police has issued a notice to Neha Singh Rathore asking her to respond to seven questions related to the song. The questions reportedly pertain to the lyrics of the song and the intent behind it. The police have given the singer a period of three days to respond to the notice.
In response to the notice, Neha Singh Rathore has spoken to the media and questioned the police’s actions. She has asked, “What crime have I committed that the Uttar Pradesh Police is troubling me and my family?” She has also maintained that her song is based on the truth and that she has not intended to create any kind of disharmony in society.
It remains to be seen how this incident will unfold in the coming days. Neha Singh Rathore’s fans and supporters have expressed their solidarity with her and have urged the authorities to be fair in their investigation.