Plea against Kangana Ranaut in Supreme Court to censor her social media posts


Kangana Ranaut's comment on Sikh farmers sparked off a controversy. She called the farmers' protest a 'Khalistani movement' and farmers "Khalistani terrorists". Days after being summoned by the Delhi assembly's panel on peace and harmony over her remarks, a plea has been filed in the Supreme Court against her. 

News agency ANI shared the development on Twitter. The tweet read, "A plea has been filed in the Supreme Court against actor Kangana Ranaut seeking future censoring of all her social media posts in order to maintain law and order in the country."

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Kangana, who voices out her opinions on social media, spoke about the 26/11 attacks on Instagram. Post that, the actress received death threats from a Bhatinda resident. Kangana has filed an FIR against the person. Sharing photos of the FIR, Kangana wrote, "A man from Bathinda threatened to kill me openly. I am not scared of such threats. I have always spoken against those who go against the country and support terrorist activities and will continue to speak against them."

She further added, "Democracy is the biggest strength of our country. Any party may form the government but the fundamental right to protect the integrity, unity and fundamental rights of citizens and expression of ideas has been given to us by the Constitution of Babasaheb Ambedkar. I have never said anything derogatory or hateful about any caste, religion, or group." Kangana stated, "Country is the topmost priority for me. If I have to sacrifice myself for it, I will do it. But I have never been scared, and will never be scared. I will continue to speak against traitors."

The actress requested the Punjab Government to look into the matter. "I have filed an FIR against the man who threatened me. I hope the Punjab government will take action soon," she said.

(Source: ANI Twitter)