Kangana Ranaut arrives at Khar Police station to record her statement in farmers' protests case

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Kangana Ranaut was spotted at the Khar Police Station today morning to record her statement in a case related to alleged derogatory remarks made by her on a social media platform regarding the farmers' protests. A First Information Report (FIR) was registered against her for allegedly hurting the sentiments of the Sikh community.

The actress was supposed to appear before the police on Wednesday but failed to do so. However, this morning, Kangana showed up at the police station in a white, floral saree and a pearl necklace. She was surrounded by security and police officers.

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Kangana had approached the Bombay High Court earlier this month to quash the FIR against her. The actor was summoned by Khar police to record her statement. The police, however, had informed the court that they will not arrest her in the case.

For the unversed, the FIR was lodged by Amarjeet Singh Sandhu, along with leaders of the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee and the Shiromani Akali Dal. According to the FIR, the complainants had come across a post on Kangana’s profile, a translation of which read, “Khalistani terrorist may be arm twisting the government today …but let’s not forget the woman prime minister had 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 ….but did not allow the country to break into pieces…even decades after her death ….they still shiver on hearing her name ….they need gurus like her.”

(Source: Viral Bhayani)

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