BJP’s Khushboo Sundar on father’s misbehavior

Ms. Sundar was recently nominated as a member of the National Commission for Women.


Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and National Commission for Women member Khushbu Sundar said she was sexually assaulted by her father and she is not ashamed of the incident as she came out honestly.

“I have not made a shocking statement. I think I have come out with an honesty. I am not ashamed of what I have said because it has happened to me and I feel the perpetrator should be ashamed of his Should be.” Did,” the BJP leader told ANI when asked about her statement about being sexually abused by her father at the age of eight.

Ms. Sundar further said that with her revelation, she wants women to talk about what happened to them.

“I think the message I need to give is that you have to be strong and have control over yourself and don’t let anything get you down or think it’s the end of the road. If I have to speak about it It has taken me so many years and I feel women need to speak up about it and let them know that this has happened to me and I will continue my journey no matter what happens.”

Ms Sundar, a member of the BJP’s National Executive Committee, was recently nominated as a member of the National Commission for Women along with two others.

The order came in an official notification by the Ministry of Women and Child Development. It said that the appointment to the post will be for a period of 3 years or till he attains the age of 65 years or until further orders, whichever is earlier.

After marking a long stint in the acting industry, Ms. Sundar joined politics with the DMK in 2010. She joined the Indian National Congress after serving 4 years in the party.

She left Congress after 6 years of service in the party and joined BJP on October 12, 2020 (the day she left Congress).

She contested on a BJP ticket in the 2021 Tamil Nadu elections, though failed to secure the seat after losing to rival DMK’s Ezhilan N.

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