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Kangana Ranaut’s Sister Rangoli Chandel Summoned By Mumbai Police Again
Third time Mumbai police have asked Kangana’s sister Rangoli to appear before the Bandra police
Kangana Ranaut’s Sister Rangoli Chandel Summoned By Bandra Police Again
New Delhi: Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut and sister Rangoli Chandel have been asked to appear before Mumbai Police on November 23 and 24 respectively due to their “objectionable comments” on social media intentionally spreading communal tension.
This is now the third time that two sisters have been summoned by Mumbai police in the matter. Before they were asked to be present on October 26 and 27 respectively but they both failed to appear. They were later asked to appear on November 9 and 10 but did not went that time too.
Kangana informed police that she was busy with his brother’s wedding planning so be unable to come, she also told them that she will be available after November 15.
The complaint was filed by Munawwar Ali Sayyed, a casting director, and fitness trainer. In his complaint, he wrote that he had worked with well-known film directors and had, for the past few months, observed on social media that Ranaut “is continuously defaming Bollywood film industry and is portraying people working in Bollywood films as a hub of nepotism, favouritism, drug addicts, communally-biased, murderers, etc” through her tweets and television interviews.
According to police, the FIR states that through their tweets, the sisters tried to “malign the Indian Constitution and image of the Maharashtra government, hurt sentiments of Muslims and tried to create division between Hindus and Muslims”.
On directions of the metropolitan court, police had registered a case on October 17.
Mumbai Police filed an FIR against them under IPC sections 153 A, 295A and 124A which relate under sections pertaining to committing malicious or deliberate acts with the intention of outraging religious feelings of citizens, sedition, promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, race, place of birth, residence or language and common intention of the Indian Penal Code.
Ranaut sisters critically outshined the Mumbai Police too, saying they did not trust them. (With inputs from PTI)