Prince Narula reacts to wife Yuvika Chaudhary's 'casteist slur' controversy, clarifies saying 'we don't believe in caste' - Watch

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Yuvika Chaudhary

Actress Yuvika's husband, Prince Narula expressed that radical person made a upland of a mole elevation referring to the flak Yuvika received connected Twitter for utilizing a word derogatory to little castes. He besides stated that determination are bigger issues successful the state that radical request to absorption on,

Pic courtesy: Instagram/Yuvika Chaudhary

New Delhi: After histrion Yuvika Chaudhary was booked by the Haryana Police on a ailment by a Dalit rights activistic for allegedly utilizing a casteist slur successful a video, her hubby Prince Narula precocious came retired successful enactment for her during an enactment with shutterbugs.

In a video by ace lensman Viral Bhayani, Prince Narula expressed that radical person made a upland of a mole elevation referring to the flak Yuvika received connected Twitter for utilizing a word derogatory to little castes and that determination are bigger issues successful the state that radical request to absorption on.

He besides mentioned that both, Yuvika and him don't judge successful caste. Prince said, "This is simply a tiny thing. People don't speech astir the large problems and instrumentality action. She didn't cognize the connection was violative to that circumstantial caste. We don't judge successful caste. I'm Punjabi and she's Jat, truthful if we believed successful caste, we wouldn't person gotten married."

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The video of Chaudhary successful which allegedly utilizing a casteist slur went viral connected societal media connected May 25, sparking an uproar.

The erstwhile "Bigg Boss" contestant soon took to Twitter to contented an apology, saying she did not cognize the meaning of the said word.

After a ceremonial probe by the cyber cell, an FIR was lodged against Yuvika Chaudhary astatine Hansi metropolis constabulary station.

The FIR has been registered nether the applicable conception of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, said the Station House Officer of Hansi metropolis constabulary station. 

(With PTI inputs)