Baljinder Kaur is an MLA of the Aam Aadmi Party. A video of her recently went viral across social media. In the video, the MLA’s husband can be seen beating her.
MLA’s husband is seen slapping her in public. The video is going viral on the internet and making a lot of noise everywhere.
Baljinder Kaur is the name of the MLA that was attacked. Baljinder Kaur is MLA of Aam Aadmi Party from Bhatinda in Punjab. In the video, which went viral, Baljinder Kaur and her husband can be seen arguing about something. Then, in a fit of rage, Baljinder Kaur’s husband hits her hard. Sukhraj Singh is the accused husband’s name. Sukhraj beats his wife, MLA Baljinder Kaur in front of everyone. People around them rushed to stop him and they all pulled Sukhraj away from Baljinder so he couldn’t hurt them anymore. The terrible thing that happened was caught on surveillance camera and it happened at her home in Talwandi Sabo.
The video is 50 seconds long and was released on July 10th. The video was filmed on July 10th, but it only came out now and caused a great stir all over the internet. Publicity. The video drew a lot of attention around the world. This event infuriated everyone and infuriated everyone. Baljinder Kaur hails from Talwandi Sabo and was twice MLA. Surprisingly, Baljinder Kaur has not reported her husband to the police, but the Punjab Women’s Commission has taken action.
Punjab Women’s Commission head Manisha Gulat said she saw the video and was upset by it. She said the woman who advocates for other people is injured in her own home. Manisha Gulati further said that a Suo Moto notice will be sent to her husband Sukjinder Singh. Netizens were very angry with their husbands and post about it on all social media. Many people want him arrested. Everyone was very shocked by what happened. No one would have thought that such a strong leader would have to deal with her husband being so cruel at home. Baljinder Kaur hasn’t said anything official about what happened, and she still hasn’t. Everyone is waiting for MLA Baljinder Kaur to say what she thinks. We will inform you about any news and changes in this case as soon as they are published. Stay tuned with us for the latest updates, news and information from around the country and the world.
Baljinder Kaur works as a teacher at a theater school. She is an acting teacher at a Hisar school. She has loved theater since she was a student at DAV College. She loves theater and attended the National School of Drama to study acting. After graduating, she worked at the school for six years. She learned different types of classical dance and music. She has acted in many plays. She won the National Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the Haryanvi film Pagdi: The Honour. The film was about honor killings in Haryana. On June 3, 2015, she received an award for receiving the National Award from Punjab University. In the film Shahid, which was released in 2012, she made her acting debut as Ammi, the main character’s mother. The film Shahid is based on the murder of lawyer and social activist Shahid Azmi. Hansal Mehta chose her for the film “Shahid” because Mukesh Chabra, who was in charge of casting, thought her performance in the play “Aye Ladki” was great. She was nominated for a National Award for Best Actress for her role in the film Shahid. She was cast in the film PK, but she turned it down because the script dictated it. She is currently working on a couple of Bollywood films and one of them is also being shot in Tamil. She loves playing realistic roles and showing the character’s inner struggles on the big screen.
Kaur was born and raised in the village of Bhondian, which is located near the city of Bhogpur in Punjab. During her time at DAV College, Hoshiarpur, she became interested in theatre. In 1994 she decided to study acting instead of education at Punjab University. After graduating, she taught acting at a school in Hisar, Haryana. In 2000, she married Brijesh Sharma, who was in her class at the university and at the National School of Drama when she went back there. During her time at drama school, she became acquainted with different types of classical dance and music. She then worked as a member of the repertoire for six years.
Kaur’s first film role was in the 2013 Hindi film Shahid, which received critical acclaim. Casting director Mukesh Chabra had seen one of Kaur’s stage performances and asked her to act in the film. She got good reviews for her role in the project, and then she was asked to star in two of Aamir Khan’s films, PK (2014) and Dangal (2016), but she said no, showing that she didn’t want to play the glamorous one Roll. In 2014 she worked on the Haryanvi film Pagdi: The Honor, directed by Rajiv Bhatia, whom she knew from the School of Drama. Her husband, Brijesh Sharma, also had a role in the film. He played the heroine’s father. She won the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the film and Punjab University also presented her with an award for her work. Then she played a Mardwari woman from the Chennai slums in the bilingual film Saala Khadoos by Sudha Kongara Prasad. She memorized her lines for the Tamil version after translating the script phonetically into English.
The video shows Baljinder Kaur, an MLA from Punjab, being beaten in her home by her husband, who is also an AAP leader. In front of a few other people, the husband, Sukhraj Singh, hits Ms. Kaur in a fit of anger as the two argue. He is being dragged away from the crime scene by other people.
A CCTV camera near the couple’s home in Talwandi Sabo caught the whole thing on film.
The 50 second video from July 10th was just found. The party running Punjab, AAP, has said nothing about the clip.
Baljinder Kaur hails from Talwandi Sabo and was twice MLA. Although she has not lodged a complaint, the Punjab State Women’s Commission has taken action.
Manisha Gulati, who is in charge of the commission, told reporters: “I saw Baljinder Kaur’s video on social media. We will take note of the event ourselves. It is sad that a woman who speaks about public affairs at home should face harassment.”
In 2019, Ms. Kaur married Sukhraj Singh, who was in charge of the AAP’s youth department in the Majha region. She is a member of the AAP’s national leadership team and heads the party’s women’s group in Punjab.
Before running for office, she was an English teacher at Mata Gujri College in Fatehgarh Sahib. She became a member of the AAP and won her first election in Punjab in 2017.
People are disgusted and angry at the video.
Akali Dal’s Harsimrat Kaur Badal, who was a former union minister, called for action against the MLA’s husband.
“Strongly condemn the disgusting violence committed by Baljinder Kaur’s husband, who is an MLA for T.Sabo. We must challenge these wimps who think they are better than women and treat them badly. Baljinder’s husband must apologize to the public and change his behavior or the law should be used to severely punish him,” she tweeted.
On Thursday, Punjab’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was back in the news after a video of party MLA Baljinder Kaur being slapped by her husband after an argument went viral. The video, captured by a surveillance camera outside her home in Talwandi Sabo, has been circulating on social media since Thursday.
The incident reportedly happened on July 10, but no official complaint has yet been filed about it. Police said they didn’t know who leaked the video or what caused it.
In the video, which has gone viral on social media, Baljinder Kaur, a two-time AAP MLA by Talwandi Sabo, can be seen approaching her husband Sukhraj Singh as they fight. In a fit of anger, her husband jumps off his chair and punches her in the face. Meanwhile, the other people standing nearby get in the way and try to push Singh away.
Many people were interested in what was happening, including Manisha Gulati, the head of the Punjab State Women’s Commission. She stated that the Commission will take note of the episode suo motu. “It is sad that a woman who speaks out on public issues faces harassment at home,” she said.
Harsimrat Kaur Badal, a former union minister of the Akali Dal, also called for action against the MLA husband. “I absolutely disagree with the violent actions of Baljinder Kaur’s husband, who is an MLA for T.Sabo. We must challenge these wimps who think they are better than women and treat them badly. “Baljinder’s husband must apologize to the public and change his behavior or the law should be used to severely punish him,” she wrote on Twitter.
According to the news, the couple got married in February this year. Singh was allegedly the leader of the AAP youth group in the Majha region. Baljinder Kaur received her M Phil from Punjab University, Patiala in 2009. Before running for office, Kaur taught English at Mata Gujri College, Fatehgarh Sahib.