Nawab Malik, Kangana Ranaut: No one is above the law
Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik on Wednesday reminded actor Kangana Ranaut that “nobody is above the law”, as outrage grew at the actor’s derogatory comments about the farmers’ protests. population – whom she labels “Khalistani” – and the Sikh community – whom she labels “terrorists”.
Mr Malik also petted Ms Ranaut and the security cover provided to her by the center (based on the Home Office’s ‘threat assessment report’), warning that it would not be enough to stop the legislation.
“The way Kangana Ranaut abuses people … insults the father of our nation (Mahatma Gandhi) … says azadi (independent) is fake and that we are beggars … she is hurting the feelings of many different communities,” Mr Malik was quoted as saying by the ANI news agency.
“Some she calls ‘terrorists’… some she calls ‘mosquitoes’.” This is unacceptable. Surely no one is above the law…whether she protects Z doesn’t matter…security can’t stop the enforcement of the law. Action will be taken,” the NCP leader added.
Miss Ranaut was protected last year Y + of the Ministry of the Interior; this is following a request from her father through the BJP government in Himachal Pradesh, which is her home state.
ONE The police case was registered against Ms. Ranaut on Tuesday for “intentionally and intentionally” portraying the farmers’ demonstration as a “Khalistani” movement and calling the Sikhs “terrorists”.
Her comments – an Instagram post – came after Prime Minister Narendra Modi said his government would repeal an agricultural law that has sparked widespread (and sometimes violent) protests.
In his post, the actor criticized “Khalistani terrorists… cut off the hands of the government” and praised “the only woman who was the Prime Minister… she crushed them like animals.” mosquitoes at the cost of their own lives.”
“Terrorists in Khalistani may be screwing the government. But let’s not forget one woman… the only woman Prime Minister… jo apni jooti ke neeche crush kiya tha (who crushed them under her shoes). No matter how much suffering she caused to this nation, she crushed them like mosquitoes at the cost of her own life. Desh ke tukde nahi hone diye (don’t let the country fall apart),” she said.
The police case was filed about “intentional and malicious acts aimed at offending religious sentiments…”
Ms. Ranaut – notorious for her rude and rough comments, which she is permanently banned by Twitter in May for “hostile behavior and abusive behavior” – caused a great deal of controversy after calling for Indian independence”bheekh“, or almsgiving.
The comment came days after she was awarded the Padma Shri – India’s fourth highest civilian title – with Congress called it “treason” and AAP calls it “ambitious”.
With input from ANI