Suchitra Krishnamoorthi enters azaan row, tweets about 'extreme imposed religiosity'
He called it "forced religiousness", and use of electricity in temples and gurudwaras "gundagardi".
Krishnamoorthi took to Twitter to complain about the "extreme imposed religiosity".
"Came home at 4.45am (to) most aggressive/ear-shattering call of azaan. Nothing more lowlife & dumb," she posted.
Suchita Krishnamoorthi in hot soup over azaan comments
Comments create furore on social media
"Nobody objects to azaan during decent hours. But to wake up entire neighbourhood at 5am is not civilized," she said.
Responding to comments she was doing it for publicity, she tweeted the link of an article she wrote in 2009 against azaan.
SP leader Juhi Singh said, "I'm unable to understand what kind of people they're…Maybe her sleep is more important."
Nigam had created a controversy in April
In April, Nigam unleashed public outrage after he tweeted, "God bless everyone. I'm not a Muslim and I have to be woken up by the Azaan in the morning. When will this forced religiousness end in India."
A cleric had even issued a fatwa against the singer.
Nigam later said his views weren't religious in nature, but was rather focusing on a social issue.
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