Indian government has issued some specific directives to Taslima Nasreen , the controversial Bangladeshi author now living in India.
The government says that Taslima can only stay in Delhi region and her activities would be monitored.
The government also said that if she does not go along with the directives she would be asked to leave Bangladesh.
The exiled Bangladeshi Muslim writer says the Indian government is forcing her to live under virtual house arrest.
Taslima Nasreen says Indian authorities have told her that she cannot participate in any political activities or return to her adopted city of Kolkata.
Nasreen spoke to reporters on Thursday from an undisclosed location in the capital, New Delhi.
The controversial writer has been in hiding since last month when protests by radical Islamists against her work led to riots in Kolkata.
Several of her works have been banned in India and Bangladesh for saying that Islam and other religions oppress women.