After the CPI leader Atul Kumar Anjan’s controversial remark on Sunny Leone’s condom ad, a group of people on Saturday sat at Delhi’s Jantar Mantar demanding pornstar-turned-actress’ deportation from India.
At the venue of their ‘dharna,’ the protesters were seen shouting slogans “Sunny Leone wapas jao, mere desh me gandh na failao” (Sunny Leone go back, don’t spread obscenity in our country).
The protesters have echoed the sentiments of what the CPI leader had told a public rally in Ghazipur district of Uttar Pradesh arguing that Sunny Leone’s condom ad promoted rapes in the country.
The actress too was quick to respond to Anjan’s comment on her Twitter account by saying, “Sad when people of power waste their time and energy on me, instead of focusing on helping those in need !!!!! #SHAME #EPICFAIL”
Though the CPI leader later apologised for his statement but maintained that Sunny Leone’s condom advertisement was vulgar and he would continue to oppose them.
It’s not the first time Leonne has found herself amidst controversy. She was booked by Dombivali police for alleged distribution of obscene content on web and social networking sites after a filed a police complaint demanding the removal of her ‘obscene’ video content from the web as they ‘poisoned the minds of people, especially children.’