Kangana Ranaut shared these pictures after tweeting such an answer and registering an FIR

Kangana Ranaut shared many of her photos on Navratri (Photo courtesy: Twitter- @Kanganatium)

An FIR was lodged against Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel under various sections including 124A at Mumbai’s Bandra police station on Saturday, after which Kangana responded by tweeting. .

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  • Latest version:October 18, 2020, 10:55 p.m.

New Delhi. Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut And his sister Rangoli Chandel An FIR was lodged in Mumbai’s Bandra police station on Saturday under various sections including 124A. A Mumbai court on Saturday asked police to investigate allegations filed against actress Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel for trying to create communal tensions. Bandra Metropolitan Magistrate Joydev Y issued the order on Friday.

Kangana responded to the tweet
Kangana’s reaction has come up with this. Kangana wrote in a tweet, ‘Who is fasting on Navratri? As if I’m fasting too, these are pictures of today’s celebration. Meanwhile, another FIR was lodged against me, Pappu Sena sitting in Maharashtra seems to be my very favorite. Don’t miss me … I’ll be there soon. ‘At the same time, according to casting director Sahil Ashrafali Syed’s lawyer Ravish Zamindar, his client had filed a complaint in the court and tried to file a case against the actress and her sister under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

These allegations were made against Kangana

The complainant alleged that the actress had been insulting Bollywood through her tweets and television interviews for the past two months. In the allegation, he said that Ranaut had made ‘very offensive’ comments in the tweet, which hurt not only his feelings, but also the comments of many other artists. Syed alleged that Ranaut was trying to divide the artists on communal lines. “His sister also made offensive comments on social media to spread communal tensions between the two religious groups,” he said.

Instructions for taking necessary action
Looking at the documents on record and the petition for advice, the court found that the actress had committed a ‘cognizable crime’. The court directed the concerned police station to take necessary action against the actress and her sister under the relevant provisions of the Criminal Procedure Code (CRPC). The court said, “The whole allegation is based on comments made in electronic media like Twitter and interviews and it is important to have a thorough investigation by an expert.”


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