According to state unit chief Nana Patole, the Maharashtra Congress has planned to file a formal complaint against Kangana Ranaut with the Mumbai police.
Kangana Ranaut would face legal action for her disrespectful statements against Mahatma Gandhi, the Maharashtra Congress – a constituent of the state’s ruling coalition – has stated. According to news agency ANI, the party has resolved to file a complaint against her because of the Mumbai police.
Kangana Ranaut, who is notorious for her inflammatory remarks, has come under fire for her latest “bheekh” (alms) remark directed at Mahatma Gandhi.
Last week, the actor referred to India’s independence as “bheekh” and said that it began in 2014, with the election of the Narendra Modi-led administration.
This time, I’m posting a headline from an old newspaper clipping “On Instagram, Ms Ranaut commented: “You can’t be a Gandhi admirer and a Nataji supporter at the same time… Decide and choose “‘.
According to the news item, Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, and Mohammed Ali Jinnah reached a deal with a British judge to surrender independence warrior Subhas Bose if he entered the nation.
Additionally, she asserted that there was evidence that Mahatma Gandhi desired the hanging of Bhagat Singh.
Nitish Kumar, the Chief Minister of Bihar, stated that such comments are made solely for “publicity.” “How is this even possible to publish? We should pay no attention to it. Should we even pay it any attention? Such assertions should be discounted. Indeed, it should be mocked “As Mr. Kumar stated.