Kangana left for Manali from Mumbai, accused Udhav government of 'rip off democracy'
Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has left for Manali from Mumbai. On the go, she once again compared Mumbai to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. Not only this, she accused the Maharashtra government of tearing down democracy.
Actress Kangana Ranaut has left for Manali today after spending about 5 days in Mumbai. She is accompanied by her sister Rangoli Chandel and a colleague. Before leaving Mumbai, she met the Governor of Maharashtra, Bhagat Singh Koshyari. She appealed to the Governor to bring justice in the BMC dispute. While going from Mumbai, she said that she is sad when she leaves from Mumbai. During this, she was terrorized.
Kangana Ranaut wrote on the tweet, "Going from Mumbai with a heavy heart, the way I was constantly terrorized these days and after my workplace trying to break my house, I got constant attacks and abuses, all around me Vigilant security with deadly weapons, must say it was the same as PoK. " Along with this, Kangana also accused the Maharashtra government of tearing down democracy.
Watch Kangana Ranaut's tweet here-
She wrote in the tweet, "When the protectors are declaring to be devourers, they are ripping off democracy, making me weak, making a big mistake! Scaring a woman and degrading her, dusting her image are doing!!" Kangana Ranaut has left Mumbai. She came to Mumbai on 9 September with her sister Rangoli Chandel and a colleague. She challenged Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut to come to Mumbai.
There was a threat of not coming to Mumbai.
Earlier, Sanjay Raut had threatened him not to come to Mumbai. But Kangana challenged her to come to Mumbai to answer his threat. Meanwhile, in the absence of Kangana Ranaut, BMC dropped the alleged illegal construction in her office. The BMC had waived the rules of home quarantine when Kangana reached Mumbai. In view of the coronavirus epidemic, there is a rule in Mumbai that every person coming from outside has to stay in Quarantine for 14 days.
An official had said that the BMC has exempted Kangana from the 14-day home quarantine rules. People coming from outside the state have to live in home quarantine as per rules. Kangana Ranaut applied online seeking exemption from the Home Quarantine rule as she came on a short journey to Mumbai. BMC official told that Kangana came here to stay for less than a week. Therefore they are exempted under the category of short-term visitors.