According to an interview with the "Sunday Times", the former British minister, a disciplinary officer in Parliament told her at the time that "her Islamic religion was brought up as an issue" during a meeting in Downing Street.
According to Nusrat Ghani, the official said; "Her reality as a Muslim minister made colleagues feel uncomfortable."
The British MP commented: "It was like punching in the stomach. I felt insulted and weak."
She added that she remained silent because of her warning that she would face impeachment by colleagues if she continued to raise this issue; What would be a blow to her career and reputation.