Trouble mounts for controversy queen Kangana Ranaut as Delhi Assembly’s Committee summons for ‘Khalistani’ remark to Sikhs

The troubles of pro-BJP Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut, who has been in controversies due to her statements, are increasing continuously. The Committee on Peace and Harmony of the Delhi Legislative Assembly on Thursday summoned Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut to appear before her on December 6 (12 noon) over her recent social media post, in which she criticized three agricultural laws of the Centre. The farmers were termed as Khalistani terrorists.

The summons read, “The committee has received several complaints regarding, inter alia, objectionable and derogatory Instagram stories/posts allegedly posted by you (Kangana Ranaut) on your official Instagram account as Khalistani terrorists against the Sikh community. Alleged intentional references and allegations in the above stories/posts, which have hurt the Sikh community.”

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Also further cited is a post by Ranaut, in which she, without naming anyone, mentioned India’s first woman Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and Operation Bluestar carried out in 1984. In which it was written, “Khalistani terrorists may be twisting the hands of the government today, but the woman (Indira Gandhi) should not be forgotten who crushed them under her shoe.”

The summons further said, “The above post has allegedly caused extreme pain, distress and gravely hurt the religious sentiments of the people of the Sikh community. Thus potentially insulting and allegedly provoking the entire community could lead to a situation of peace and goodwill in the NCT of Delhi. There is a threat to the life and liberty of the people of the above community.”

Let us tell you that Kangana Ranaut has been actively posting derogatory posts on social media against the protest against CAA and anti-agriculture laws. He was also banned by Twitter for using abusive language in the month of May this year.

The committee has been constituted under the chairmanship of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Raghav Chadha to recommend suitable measures to defuse the situation and restore harmony between religious communities, linguistic communities or social groups.

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