Panel Summons Kangana Ranaut: On December 6, Kangana Ranaut will appear before a committee chaired by Raghav Chadha, the leader of the Aam Aadmi Party. According to sources, Kangana Ranaut has been called by the Delhi assembly’s panel on peace and harmony for her anti-Sikh comments. Ms Ranaut has been summoned to testify on December 6 before a committee chaired by Aam Aadmi Party leader Raghav Chadha. According to sources, Ms Ranaut has been called for making “derogatory remarks about Sikhs.”
About Panel Summons Kangana Ranaut
“The committee has received numerous complaints eliciting, among other things, outrageously offensive and derogatory Instagram stories/posts allegedly published by yourself on 20.11.2021 over your official Instagram account…” the committee wrote in a letter to Ms Ranaut signed by its deputy secretary. Ms Ranaut’s “blanket labelling (Sikhs) as Khalistani terrorists” has the potential to “engender strife as well as cause severe humiliation to the whole Sikh community,” according to the summons letter.
Sikhs have filed a first information report, or FIR, against the actor in Mumbai, alleging that he used discriminatory language on social media against them. According to a police complaint filed by a Mumbai businessman, leaders of the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee, and the Shiromani Akali Dal, Ms Ranaut “intentionally and deliberately” portrayed the year-long farmers’ protest against three new farm laws as a “Khalistani” movement and referred to them as “Khalistani terrorists.”
“Terrorists from Khalistan could be putting pressure on the government right now… But don’t forget about one woman… the only female prime minister ne inn ko apni jooti ke neeche crush kiya tha (the only woman PM who crushed them under her shoes).
She squashed them like insects at the cost of her own life, no matter how much pain she caused this country… But she did not allow the nation to be split, as desh k tukde nahi hone diye “Ms. Ranaut had shared a picture on her Instagram account. Her remark was interpreted as a reference to the assassination of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi by her Sikh bodyguards in October 1984.
The riots that followed killed about 3,000 people, with armed groups destroying and vandalising Sikh houses, shops, and gurdwaras across Delhi. The actor has been a vocal opponent of farmers’ protests, particularly in Haryana and Punjab, against three farm regulations that the federal government has promised to repeal.