Comparing herself to Laxmibhai and Savarkar, Kangana Ranaut targeted Aamir Khan in integration

Kangana Ranaut has targeted Aamir Khan’s silence by tweeting inside.

Kangana Ranaut, while breaking the silence on the cases against her, tweeted comparing herself to the freedom fighters and noticing Aamir Khan’s silence on the issue.

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  • Latest version:October 23, 2020, 1:44 am IST

Mumbai Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has maintained her views on social media. Another criminal charge was filed against Kangana in the ‘Anatheri’ court. Offensive was said. Kangana, while breaking the silence on the cases against her, took to Twitter to compare herself to the freedom fighters and targeted Aamir Khan’s silence on the issue.

Kangana Ranaut tweeted about Aamir Khan’s silence about the unification. He wrote- ‘As the fort of Rani Lakshmibari was destroyed, my house was destroyed, as Savarkar GK was imprisoned for mutiny, I also sent him to jail, to go to the intelligence gang and ask how much trouble you have endured in this internal country? At the end of this tweet, he tagged Bollywood actor Aamir Khan.

In fact, in the Andheri court, lawyer Ali Kasif Khan accused Deshmukh Ranaut of sedition and his tweets of creating discord between the two religious groups. The allegation said that the Bollywood actress did not respect various communities, laws and approved government agencies in India and also made fun of the judiciary. The allegation is that after the Bandra court directed the police to file a report against Kangana Ranaut, Ranaut posted a ‘corrupt and offensive’ to the judiciary calling it “Pappu Sena”. The case will be heard in a dark court on November 10.

Earlier, a complaint was lodged against Kangana Ranaut alleging that Kangana and her sister were spreading communalism by inciting religious sentiments through social media. In this case, Mumbai Police has sent summons to Kangana and Rangoli. Mumbai Police has asked Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel to appear before the investigating officer next Monday and Tuesday, October 26 and 27.


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