Mumbai Police sent a notice to Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli, to be questioned on this matter


Kangana Ranaut and his sister Rangoli Chandel have been sent a notice by the Mumbai Police. Kangana is being accused of allegedly promoting animosity among the communities.

Mumbai. Mumbai Police has issued a notice to Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel on Wednesday. In this notice, they have been asked to appear before the policemen for recording their statements. An official gave this information The officer said that through his comments, statements have to be recorded in connection with the case filed against them for allegedly promoting disharmony among the communities.

In this case, the Bandra Metropolitan Magistrate's Court on Saturday ordered the police to investigate a complaint filed by Bollywood casting director and 'fitness trainer' Munawar Ali Syed. In the complaint, the tweet and other statements of Ranaut and his sister were mentioned.

Police officials said that on the directions of the court, Bandra police against Section 3A of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) against Ranaut and his sister (Rangoli) (promoting disharmony among various groups based on religion, race, etc.), 295 An FIR was registered under A (intentional act to hurt religious sentiments) and 124-A (sedition) and 34 (having similar intent).

"We have issued a notice to Ranaut and his sister asking them to appear before the police in connection with the FIR lodged against them," he said. They have been asked to appear on Monday and Tuesday '. In the complaint filed in the court, Syed had alleged that through his tweet and TV interview, Ranaut has been tarnishing the image of Bollywood by calling it 'center of familyism', 'biased' etc. for the last two months.

It was also alleged in the complaint that he has not only hurt his feelings by making very objectionable remarks but has also hurt the feelings of many artists.