Controversy queen Kangana Ranaut had yesterday termed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to withdraw agricultural laws as sad and shameful. Now remembering the country’s first woman Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, Kangana has spewed venom against Sikhs.
This hatemonger actor, who received Padma Shri Award earlier this month, is cheering the 1984 killings of Sikhs saying Indira Gandhi took decisive action against ‘Khalistanis’.
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While also claiming that Indira Gandhi caused “suffering” to the nation, Kangana Ranaut said she crushed ‘Khalistanis’ like mosquitoes at the cost of her life.
On the birth anniversary of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. The actress shared her picture on Instagram and said, “Khalistani terrorists may be arm twisting the government today. But let’s not forget one woman. The only woman prime minister ne inn ko apni jooti ke niche crush kia tha (The only woman prime minister crushed them under her shoe)
“…No matter how much suffering she caused to this nation she crushed them like mosquitoes at the cost of her own life Lekin desh ke tukde nahi hone diye (but didn’t let the country disintegrate).”
“Even after decades of her death aaj bhi uske naam se kaampte hai yeh inko vaisa he guru chahiye (even today, they shiver at her name, they need a guru like her)”, She added.
It is worth noting that earlier in support of the farm bill, Kangana had even called farmers terrorists. Kangana Ranaut had written that “Prime Minister Ji if someone is sleeping they can be woken up, someone’s wrong impression can be changed by explaining but how can you make a difference to somebody who is pretending to sleep? These are the same terrorists who indulged in bloodshed even when no citizen lost citizenship due to CAA.” After this statement, Kangana was criticized a lot.
Let us tell you that on Saturday, PM Modi apologized as he took back the laws on Friday, in a surprise move that comes close on the heels of assembly elections in key agricultural states like Uttar Pradesh and Punjab.