FIR Over Khalistanis Remark: Centre Can’t Save Kangana Ranaut, Roars Nawab Malik
Mumbai: The Central government won’t be able to protect Kangana Ranaut from the ambit of the law, said Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik.
The Bollywood actress, against whom an FIR has been filed for her ‘Khalistanis’ remark, has been provided Y-plus security by the Union government.
Kangana had shared a picture of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and wrote that she “crushed Khalistanis like mosquitoes” even at the “cost of her life.”
Taking offence for her “disrespectful, contemptuous and insulting” Instagram post, Delhi Gurdwara Management Committee (DGMC) president Manjinder Singh Sirsa, president of the Supreme Council Navi Mumbai Gurudwara Jaspalsingh Siddhu and Amarjeet Singh Sandhu of Dadar’s Shri Guru Singh Sabha Gurudwara filed a report FIR against Kangana on Tuesday.
“The Sikh community has filed an FIR against Kangana Ranaut, which is very relevant as she has a habit of insulting the great leaders. No one is above law, the security provided to her from the Centre cannot help her or anyone,” ANI quoted Malik as saying.
“The day is not far when she will be behind the bars for misusing freedom of speech,” Sirsa tweeted with a photo of the FIR against Kangana.
Kangana, who has a knock for making sensitive and controversial comments, recently attacked Mahatma Gandhi and said India had got ‘bheek’ from British and the country got real freedom in 2014.