Nusrat Jahan flaunts baby bump in latest pics: ‘Kindness changes everything’

New Delhi: Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP Nusrat Jahan has been grabbing headlines for the past few days, not only for her tumultuous relationship with her estranged husband Nikhil Jain, but also the speculation around her pregnancy.  Recently on Sunday, Nusrat took to her official Instagram handle and shared  pictures of herself, cradling her baby bump.

While she made no mention of the pregnancy, this is the first time she has shown her baby bump on Instagram. In the pic, Nusrat can be seen in a white top, blue jeans, and with a pink shawl over her shoulders. “Kindness changes everything,” She captioned her post.

Last week, picture of Nusrat from a friend’s party had gone viral. In it, she was seen in a white dress with a baby bump. In the pic, Nusrat can be seen flaunting her baby bump. She is happily posing with Bengali actress Srabanti Chatterjee and other friends. 

For the unversed, Nusrat had recently announced her split from husband Nikhil and released an official statement as well. In her statement, Nusrat had said that their nuptials took place according to Turkish Law and therefore are not valid in India. the MP issued a statement and without taking any name, she clarified that she won’t require a divorce as the marriage was never validated under the Special Marriage Act. In 2019, the duo tied the knot in Turkey as per Turkish Marriage Regulation. But in India for an interfaith marriage to accepted, it requires validation under the Special Marriage Act which, according to Nusrat, never happened. So, it was a live-in relationship, which ended a long time ago, she said.

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Nusrat has accused Nikhil of withdrawing money from her bank accounts illegally, even after the separation. The MP also said her clothes, bags, accessories are still with Nikhil’s family. Even all the family jewellery that was gifted to Nusrat by her parents, friends and other family members are “illegally” held back by Nikhil’s family. “Being rich does not always give a man the right to act as a victim and belittle the woman alone in this society. I have made my own identity by my sheer hard work; thus I would not allow anyone not related to me to share the limelight or a title or followers, based on my identity,” the MP said.

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