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The placard reads: ‘Junior doctors are your 24/7 NHS #notfairnotsafe’.Speaking about why she joined last year’s protests, she said: ‘It is a very complex and multi-faceted issue.Fans targeted the opulent decor and claimed the house looked like a 'palace', while one acerbic user insisted that she was 'absolutely minted'.Spiteful viewers also attacked her food, suggesting it was easy for the mother-of-one to cook curries 'because she's Asian' and claimed her only prospect after the show was to open a curry house. It wasn't the only online abuse Saliha endured on Friday night, as 'casual racist' trolls also claimed she only cooked Asian meals.Saliha, who comes from a large Pakistani family of doctors, grew up in Ickenham, Middlesex. Another viewer targeted her family's background, writing: 'Salha is absolutely minted. Saliha says her passions include Pakistani food, Kashmiri cuisine, Persian and middle-eastern food and Mughal cooking.She now lives in Watford in Hertfordshire with her doctor husband Usman and their two-year-old son, Aashir Ahmed. Family of doctors, so typical.''Saliha "we are a family of doctors"!! 'Saliha needs to make different than Asian food,no need to be on masterchef to open a curry house, a million on high street,' one wrote.
I think in the future all of us need to work towards making sure that our patients are as safe as possible, and that is why we were at the picket line.’ Saliha, who grew up in Ickenham, Middlesex, started cooking at a young age, influenced by her family, and also encouraged by her teacher.She explains: 'I'm from a big Pakistani family and we use food as a way of bringing everyone together.