Mumbai court orders FIR against Kangana Ranaut, sister Rangoli Chandel for allegedly spreading communal hatred

NewsBharati    17-Oct-2020
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Mumbai, October 17: In a major development an FIR has been filed against the Kangana, her sister, and manager Rangoli Chandel for supposedly spreading ‘communal hatred’ through their tweets and interviews. The FIR was filed after Bandra Magistrate Court directed the cops to file the FIR.
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The court has directed the Mumbai Police to file an FIR under Section 156 (3) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973. The court has asked for this complaint to be converted into an FIR and has asked the Mumbai Police to file it against both the actress and her sister.
The complaint stated that Ranaut was “creating divisions between communities and spreading communal hatred”. The FIR has been filed under various sections included 295A, 153A, 124, and 34 of IPC. The sections pertaining to promoting enmity between communities, deliberate and malicious acts intending to outrage religious feelings, and sedition with common intent, respectively.
The complaint was registered by Munnawarali aka Sahil Ahsrafali Sayyed, who has alleged that both sisters have been tweeting derogatory comments about Bollywood and the Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.
Also, he has claimed that Kangana and her sister Rangoli's tweets are spreading communal hatred and the two are talking a lot about media. The petition further stated that Kangana has created a gap between Bollywood's Hindu and Muslim actors.
Only a few days ago, the Karnataka police had filed an FIR against Kangana Ranaut for her tweet concerning farmers after the passage of farm bills by the Narendra Modi government.
A Karnataka court had directed the lodging of an FIR against actress Kangana Ranaut for her tweet on the recent farmer protests. The order was passed by Judicial Magistrate First Class, Tumkur Vinod Balnaik on the complaint of Advocate Ramesh Naik