Chandigarh lawyer sends authorized discover to Kangana Ranaut& |  Photo Credit: Instagram
Kangana Ranaut has been drawing a whole lot of ire for her latest comment in ongoing issues. Apart from her daring statements on Bollywood and some celebrated names from the business, Kangana miffed the folks of Mumbai after she addressed town as ‘Pakistan occupied Kashmir.’ More not too long ago, the Queen actress took to social media to touch upon 90-year-old Bilkis Bano. In a now-deleted tweet, Kangana had written that the ‘woman in query’ was accessible for Rs 100 to be part of the on-going farmers protest. A Chandigarh advocate has now issued a authorized discover to the actress.
Resharing a netizen’s tweet, Kangana had written, “Ha ha ha she is similar dadi who featured in Time journal for being probably the most highly effective Indian ….. And she is offered in 100 rupees Pakistani journo’s have hijacked worldwide PR for India in an embarrassing approach. We want our personal folks to talk for us internationally.
Check out the Tweet right here:
Chandigarh Lawyer, Hakam Singh has despatched a authorized discover to Kangana that said “this is to advise you that before tweeting any information on social media, you must authenticate the real information. It is to inform you that the said lady is not a fale female. Her name is Mahinder Kaur and she belongs to Village Bahadur Garh, jandiyan block, Sangat district, Bathinda.” It additional said, “She in her life, has always remained connected with fields and filed work. Using lower remarks for the said lady, you have not only lowered down the prestige and image of the said lady, but you have also lowered down the image and prestige of each lady, as well as each person, who takes part in protests for noble cause and for fighting for their rights.”
The report said by Royal Patiala states that Kangana must apologise inside seven days “failing which, you will be responsible for the hurting of sentiments of public at large and defaming women of India, and consequences thereof (sic)”.