Kangana lodged statement with Mumbai police in case of treason

Bollywood firebrand actress Kangana Ranaut attended the Bandra police station in Mumbai along with her younger sister Rangoli Chandel and recorded her statement before the police on charges of treason and other charges including spreading communal hatred. Earlier, he released a video message accusing him of targeting and exploiting him for expressing his views.

It is noteworthy that Bandra Police had registered an FIR against Kangana and her sister Rangoli Chandel for their alleged malice in communities through their remarks in October. This FIR was registered on the orders of the magistrate court of Bandra.

In the ‘Y Plus’ category security of CRPF personnel, Kangana along with her lawyer, sister Rangoli reached Bandra Police Station in suburban Mumbai. During the heavy media presence, Kangana and Rangoli recorded their statements at the police station.

Later Kangana expressed her anger by sharing a video on Instagram. In this one and a half minute video, Kangana said, ‘Ever since I have spoken about the interest of the country, the way I am being tortured, I am being exploited, the whole country is watching. My house was illegally broken. Knowing how many cases are being thrown at me every day for talking in the interest of farmers. Here

Even a case has happened to make me laugh. My sister Rangoli had raised her voice against the atrocities on doctors at the beginning of the Corona period. The case occurred on them. My name was also put in that case. At that time, I was not even on Twitter. It does not happen, but it did.

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