Won't apologise for sharing Mamata's photo: BJP activist

BJP youth wing activist Priyanka Sharma, who walked out of jail on Wednesday after being arrested for posting a morphed picture of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Facebook, said she would not apologise.

"I don't have any regrets. I have not done anything for which I will have to apologise," Priyanka told a press conference at the BJP office.

She was released at 9.40 am from the Alipore jail after five days following a Supreme Court order.

The BJP activist alleged that she was harassed and tortured inside jail. "I was tortured in the jail. Even the jailer pushed me yesterday. I told them I am not a criminal that you are pushing me into the jail room like this," she said. "They behaved very rudely. The condition inside was very bad."

Local BJP leaders and her mother were present outside the jail in south Kolkata when she was released.

"Me and my family has gone through much agony which I think I don't deserve," Priyanka told over phone.