Singer Noble served legal notice for derogatory remarks against Tagore

Singer Mainul Ahsan Noble.Facebook

A legal notice has been served to singer Mainul Ahsan Noble for making offensive remarks against the writer of the Bangladeshi national anthem Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore, reports UNB.

The notice, filed by lawyer of Chattogram court Mithun Biswas says a case will be filed against him under the Digital Security Act if he fails to make his unconditional apology before the nation over posting the derogatory remarks on his Facebook within seven days.

"Noble from his verified Facebook page 'Noble Man' made two Facebook posts on 10 and 11 August defaming Tagore using hateful and baseless comments which hurt the sentiments of common people", the notice stated.

"Noble has been asked to remove the Facebook posts and issue an apology to the public within seven days owing to his disrespectful act against Rabindranath,” added the notice.