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In a statement by Sanjay Raut, Kangana Ranaut was called a bastard girl. There was a debate in the Bombay High Court on Monday.
- Raut has filed an affidavit in the Kangana Ranaut controversy in the Bombay High Court
- The High Court on Monday debated Raut’s ‘haramkhor girl’ remarks.
Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut has filed an affidavit in the High Court in the ongoing dispute with Kangana Ranaut. He said he did not abuse or threaten Kangana. Sanjay Raut’s lawyer Pradeep Thorat pointed to Kangana and said, “They have not reached the court with clean hands. So they are not entitled to any relief.”
I just called them dishonest: Raut
Sanjay Raut’s affidavit said, “I deny that I threatened the petitioner in a derogatory and offensive tone in a news video on September 5. I no longer insulted or threatened the petitioner. I was only called dishonest because he compared Mumbai to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.” Raut added that there was no link between the CMI Act and the action taken by BMC against Kangana.
On Monday, there was a controversy over ‘Harkhor’s daughter’
Kangana Ranaut held a hearing in the Bombay High Court on Monday against the BMC’s action in his office. At the same time, Sanjay Raut’s ‘haramkhor’ statement was also debated.
Kangana’s lawyer Birendra Saraf told the court that Raut had told Haramkhor the meaning of the knot in the interview. In this regard, Justice S. The woodcutter said, ‘We also have a dictionary, if it means naughty, what does naughty mean?’
Thorat’s argument: Raut did not name Kangana
Raut’s lawyer Pradeep Thorat made it clear to the court that Sanjay did not name Kangana in the statement. The bench said, ‘Are you saying that your client does not call her a harem girl? Can we record the statement that you (Raut) did not tell the petitioner Harkhar? In response, Thorat said he would file an affidavit in this regard. Thorat gave the same affidavit in court on Tuesday.