Kangana Ranaut & Rangoli Chandel Lands In Trouble As Mumbai Court Orders Inquiry Against Them For Allegedly Spreading Communal Disharmony

Kangana Ranaut & Rangoli Chandel Lands In Trouble As Mumbai Court Orders Inquiry Against Them For Allegedly Spreading Communal Disharmony

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Kangana Ranaut & Rangoli Chandel Lands In Trouble As Mumbai Court Orders Inquiry Against Them For Allegedly Spreading Communal Disharmony
Kangana Ranaut & Rangoli Chandel Lands In Trouble As Mumbai Court Orders Inquiry Against Them For Allegedly Spreading Communal Disharmony

Kangana Ranaut is in trouble once again. Mumbai court has ordered an inquiry against Kangana and her sister Rangoli Chandel for allegedly spreading communal hatred.

Supporting her sister on April 18, Kangana posted a video on various social media platforms allegedly calling the Jamaatis terrorists.

A report published in a daily stated, “Court ordered an inquiry under Section 202 of CrPC and called for a police report on the allegations against the siblings. Judge Bhagwat T Zirape was hearing a complaint filed by Advocate Ali Kaashif Khan Deshmukh for offences punishable under Sections 153-A, 153-B, 195-A, 298, 505 read with Section 34 of the Indian Penal Code. Advocate Ali has recently filed another complaint against Kangana Ranaut before the Andheri Magistrate Court for allegedly causing disharmony between Hindus and Muslims and for allegedly mocking the judiciary after a Magistrate Court in Bandra ordered FIR to be registered against Kangana and her sister.”

The police were also asked to submit the inquiry report by December 5, 2020, by Metropolitan Magistrate Bhagawat T Zirape. The complaint also said that Rangoli Chandel posted derogatory comments on Twitter related to members of the Tablighi Jamaat on April 15 following which her account was suspended.

Supporting her sister on April 18, Kangana posted a video on various social media platforms allegedly calling the Jamaatis terrorists. The Daily further reported, “Thus, both the accused posted hateful and derogatory statements against Muslim community.”

According to the complaint, “They have misused social media platforms to gain cheap publicity and personal gain. The complainant approached Amboli police for taking action against the accused. However, police authorities have not taken any action against them. Thus, the accused have spread hatred against the Muslim community.”

Metropolitan Magistrate Bhagawat T Zirape was quoted as saying, “The alleged video is not available on record. Allegations are based on comments of the accused on the social media platforms. Evidence against the accused appears to be electronic in nature. Therefore, inquiry at the hands of police is necessary for proceeding against the proposed accused. Such inquiry will be helpful to decide the roles of the accused.”


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