Zubeen Garg, one of the top most singers of B-town has suddenly left a stage show where the occasion of 'Bihu' was taking place.
The singer left the show after organisers asked him to stop singing Hindi songs and continue with non-hindi ones.
As per the footages of the local channels which were covering the event, Garg has used a lot many offensive and abusive words while leaving the show and also abused the organisers saying artists have the right to choose their own language.
On the other hand Madhu Ranjan Nath, president of the Noonmati Bihu Sanmilan blamed the singer saying "His event manager had assured us even before he went up on the stage that he will not be singing any Hindi song on the Bihu stage"
"It was a gentleman's agreement that he flouted, prompting us to stop him from singing. We are not opposed to any language, but the Bihu stage is not for singing Hindi songs", he further added.
The 44 years old singer expressed his wonder and stated "I don’t understand why I was stopped. Hindi is our national language... Hindi, Assamese, Bengali and other languages originated from Sanskrit"