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Ramakanta Biswas

The Orissa High Court on Thursday granted interim relief to Ollywood actress Varsha Priyadarshini, her mother and niece in connection with a casteist remarks case. 

Recently, North Avenue Police, Delhi had issued a notice to Varsha for allegedly making casteist remarks against a staff of her husband and BJD MP Anubhav Mohanty.  

While providing interim relief in the case, the Orissa HC posted the next hearing on August 8.

According to sources, Varsha and her relative had been accused of making casteist remarks against the staff of her husband and BJD MP Anubhav Mohanty.  The victim had lodged complaint with North Avenue Police, New Delhi, in this regard in July, 2019. Delhi police had visited Cuttack July 25 as part of the investigation. Varsha and her sister were present at Purighat police during the visit of Delhi police.  

Delhi police summoned Varsha, her mother and her niece. Fearing arrest, Varsha had knocked the door of High Court seeking anticipatory bail. 

It may be noted that the case regarding the marital discord between Varsha and Kendrapara MP is pending before the Court.

Earlier, Varsha had filed a petition with Orissa High Court seeking orders to stop 'fake and hate campaigns' against her on social media. 

Varsha had urged the Court to stop fake and hate campaigns against her on social media. She made her husband Anubhav, Odisha government and the I&B Ministry parties in her petition.

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