Makes Me Feel Confident Of My Choices: Kangana Ranaut Reacts To Second Criminal Complaint Against Her

The complaint stated that Kangana Ranaut had posted “defamatory” tweets, terming the judiciary as “Papu Sena” following the Bandra court’s October 17 order.

Sagrika Giri
Oct 23, 2020 05:56 IST
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Kangana Ranaut reacted to the news of another criminal complaint being filed against her in Mumbai, by tweeting, "this is what happens to anti fascist establishment revolutionaries" today. The complaint was reportedly filed in the Andheri Magistrate Court on Thursday, for allegedly posting a "malicious" tweet against the judiciary and causing disharmony among religions.

Reacting to the news, Ranaut today tweeted:

Ranaut further wrote in the thread, "I worship people like Savarkar, Neta Bose and Rani of Jhansi. Today the government trying to put me in jail that makes me feel confident of my choices, waiting to be in jail soon n go through same miseries my idols were subjected to, it will give a meaning to my life, Jai Hind."

She also went on to target "intolerance gang" and actor Amir Khan in a separate tweet:

Second Case in Mumbai Against Kangana Ranaut

Lawyer Ali Kaashif Khan Deshmukh on Thursday filed a criminal complaint against the actor, accusing Ranaut of sedition and causing disharmony between two religious groups through her tweets reported The Hindu.

In his complaint before the Andheri Magistrate Court, the lawyer said that Ranaut had “no respect for varied communities of India, law of the land, and authorised government bodies. She even made fun of the judiciary which amounted to criminal contempt.”

According to ANI, the matter will be heard on November 10. 

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The complaint stated that Ranaut had posted “defamatory” tweets, terming the judiciary as “Papu Sena” following the Bandra court’s October 17 order.

Earlier, the Mumbai Police had summoned Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel and asked the sisters to appear at the Bandra Police Station in the coming week for interrogation. Reportedly, an FIR (First Information Report) was registered against them for allegedly inciting communal hatred and defaming Bollywood. The order was based on a complaint filed by a fitness instructor and casting director Munnawarali Sayyed.

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As per the report, the FIR was registered under IPC (Indian Penal Code) section 153A for promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, race, section 295A for deliberate acts hurting religious sentiments, and section 124-A for sedition.

Sagrika Giri is an intern with SheThePeople.TV.

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