Hindu organisation The Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS), demanded the deportation of former pornstar Sunny Leone and barring her future entry into India for displaying what it terms vulgarity on her website and insulting the dignity of women.
The HJS lodged an FIR with Sunil Shivarkar, head of Ramnagar police station located near Mumbai, said HJS spokesman Uday Dhuri.
“The FIR was registered by our local representative Anjali Palan and others. Besides, we have already registered over a dozen similar complaints in various districts of Maharashtra and in Goa in the past one week but police have not taken any action so far,” said Uday.
Accusing the actress of promoting vulgarity through nude and provocative pictures posted on her website (www.sunnyleone.com), he said this was corrupting the Indian youth, spoiling the young and insulting the dignity of Indian women.
Although there is a disclaimer on the website, it is useless since even children were able to view the website content, he said.
“Last week when we lodged a complaint in Navi Mumbai, Police Commissioner K L Prasad said she is promoting her own pictures. He advised us to concentrate on other issues like toilets for women,” Uday added.
Pointing out how Sunny Leone was influencing the masses, Dhuri cited recent news reports claiming that she exceeded the popularity of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on global search engines like Google.
“This is a dangerous trend,” he said.
The HJS has demanded a ban on her website and said Sunny Leone should be deported from India and barred from entering the country.