Kangana Ranaut versus Maharashtra Government Over “Mumbai-PoK” Remark

Mumbai: Bollywood Actress Kangana Ranaut has no right to remain in Mumbai on the off chance that she feels unsafe, Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh said on Friday after the famous actor set off shock for saying the city “felt like Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir” and contrasted the decision alliance with “Taliban”. 

“We have perceived how the Mumbai Police relinquished their lives during the Covid pandemic. It’s not directly for an actor to express such things about our police, we denounce it. Mumbai and Maharashtra are made sure about by the police. On the off chance that anybody feels perilous about living in Mumbai or Maharashtra, they don’t reserve the option to live here,” Mr Deshmukh said. 

His reaction came not long after the 33-year-old Ms Ranaut, right now living in Himachal Pradesh, repeated her remarks against the Maharashtra government and the decision of Shiv Sena-Nationalist Congress Party-Congress alliance. 

“I see numerous individuals are undermining me to not return to Mumbai so I have now chosen to make a trip to Mumbai this coming week on ninth September, I will post when I land at the Mumbai air terminal, kisi ke baap mein himmat hai toh rok le (Stop me in the event that you might she venture to),” tweeted. 

Reacting to Mr Deshmukh’s remark, she stated, “He is accepting his own approaches to my majority rule rights, from POK to Taliban in one day.” 

Prior, Ms Ranaut had stated, “Sanjay Raut Shiv Sena pioneer has given me an open danger and asked me not to return to Mumbai, after Aazadi spray painted in Mumbai roads and now open dangers, why Mumbai is feeling like Pakistan involved Kashmir?” 

Focusing on the police also, she tweeted, “After a significant star has been slaughtered I talked about medication and film mafia racket, I don’t confide in @MumbaiPolice cos they disregarded SSR’s objections, he told everybody they will execute him yet he was murdered, in the event that I feel unsafe, does that mean I disdain the business and Mumbai?” 

Her outburst came after Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Raut wrote in the gathering mouthpiece Saamana, “We sympathetically demand her not to come to Mumbai. This is only an affront to Mumbai Police. The Home Ministry should make a move over it.” 

Backing up the remarks on Friday, he stated, “I won’t take names. However, I don’t give hollow dangers. I put stock in real life as I am a Shiv sainik. The state health agency and the home office should manage mental cases which are on the ascent. Make a move according to law.” 

A vocal supporter of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP, which is in resistance in Maharashtra, Kangana Ranaut has been assaulting the legislature and the police for a considerable length of time over the demise of entertainer Sushant Singh Rajput in June. 

The police had said it was a suicide and was researching gloom and industry competitions as likely explanations before the test was given over to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in light of a grievance documented by Sushant Singh’s dad against his better half Rhea Chakraborty, additionally an entertainer. 

Equal examinations concerning the case have likewise been propelled by discrete offices into charges of tax evasion and medication utilization that has seen Ms Ranaut take a candid position against a few driving names in Bollywood. 

Her most recent remarks about Pakistan-involved Kashmir exasperated a few VIPs and noticeable people of note who took to Twitter to communicate their objection. The BJP also separated itself from that point remark, with party pioneer Ashish Shelar saying, “Kangana ought to do whatever it takes not to show Mumbai, Mumbaikars and Maharashtra. Sanjay Raut ought not assault us through Kangana Ranaut. BJP has nothing to do with Kangana.”

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