NEW DELHI: Delhi Assembly’s peace and harmony committee has summoned Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut over her alleged hateful posts on social media, panel chairperson Raghav Chadha said on Thursday.
The committee issued a notice to Ranaut summoning her on December 6 over complaints citing an alleged offensive and derogatory Instagram story posted by her, said a statement from the panel.
For the unversed, the issue arose after Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 19 announced that the government has decided to repeal the three farm laws, which were at the centre of protests by farmers for the past year.
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After the said decision to repeal the farm laws was conveyed by Prime Minister to the nation in a televised address, the recent Padma Shri awardee actor put up Instagram stories calling India a “Jihadist Nation” and allegedly calling for a dictatorship in India.
Allegedly referring to the farmers, Kangana also lauded former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi saying she took decisive action against ‘Khalistanis’.
While also claiming that Indira Gandhi caused “suffering” to the nation, Kangana said she crushed ‘Khalistanis’ like mosquitoes at the cost of her life.
(Inputs from PTI and ANI)
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