‘Kangana Ranaut said that people were sitting in farmers’ protests for Rs 100, meri maa baithi thi uss dauran,’ says CISF constable in viral video | Hindi Movie News – Times of India


Kangana Ranaut found herself in a physical altercation when a woman CISF constable slapped and abused her during a security check at the Chandigarh airport on Thursday. The incident occurred just two days after Kangana was elected to the Lok Sabha from Mandi in Himachal Pradesh.
A video circulating on social media shows the agitated constable speaking to people, seemingly after the incident.She appeared upset with Kangana over her comments on the farmer protests.
“Isne kaha tha ki 100-100 rupye me dharne par baithe hai. Ye baithegi waha par? Meri maa baithi thi uss dauran jab isne bayan diya tha (She said that people were sitting in protests for a hundred rupees. Would she sit there herself? My mother was sitting there at that time when she made that statement),” the constable is heard saying in the video.

According to the reports, the constable has been suspended and an FIR has been lodged against her. The Central Industrial Security Force, tasked with providing security at airports, has also ordered a court of inquiry into the incident.
After the incident, Kangana said that she was safe and fine after landing in Delhi. She said that the constable came towards her from the side and hit her in the face and started abusing her. “I asked her why she did it and she said she supports the farmer protests. I am safe but my concern is that terrorism is increasing in Punjab… How do we handle that?” she said in a video statement.

Kangana Ranaut alegedly slapped by CISF jawan: Reports

During the agitation against the three farm laws in 2020-2021, Kangana allegedly misidentified a woman farmer from Punjab and called her Bilkis Bano, an octogenarian who had made international headlines during the anti-CAA protests earlier in the Delhi neighbourhood of Shaheen Bagh.

She had then shared a tweet alleging that the ‘Shaheen Bagh dadi’ also joined the farmers’ agitation over the new agriculture laws at various border points of the national capital. She retweeted the post with pictures of two elderly women and wrote that the “same Dadi” who featured in Time Magazine was “available in 100 rupees”.
The actor later deleted the tweet after Twitter users pointed out that both the women were different.

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