Mumbai, September 10
A grievance has been filed towards actor Kangana Ranaut for allegedly utilizing foul language towards Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, an official stated on Thursday.
Based on the grievance filed by a city-based advocate, a non-cognisable offence was registered towards Ranaut on the Vikhroli police station on Wednesday, the official stated.
“In his complaint to the police, advocate Nitin Mane said the actress used foul languages against the chief minister and uploaded that video on her Facebook account,” he added.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Zone VII, Prashant Kadam stated, “After registering an NC, we asked the complainant to approach court. No FIR was registered.”
Mane stated he plans to maneuver a courtroom to lodge a defamation case towards her for “insulting” the CM. Meanwhile, Ranaut on Thursday once more took on the Maharashtra Government by castigating Thackeray for “misusing power” and declaring that her voice received’t be suppressed.
“The ideology on which Shri Bala Saheb Thackeray built Shiv Sena, today they have sold the ideology for power, becoming Sonia Sena from Shiv Sena. The goons who broke my house behind my back, do not call them a civic body. Don’t insult the constitution,” she added.
Several organisations supported by the BJP held demonstrations in Shimla to indicate solidarity with Ranaut. — PTI