Actor Kangana Ranaut’s car was stopped on Friday, December 4 by farmers in Punjab’s Kiratpur Sahib on Chandigarh Una Highway.
The protesters who stopped her car were gathered to demand an apology from the actor for her Khalistani remark on the Sikh community.
Kangana Ranaut’s car stopped in Punjab
The Padma Shree awardee shared videos on her Instagram stories and said that as she entered Punjab, her car was attacked by a mob who called themselves farmers. She also claimed that they would have lynched her if the police wouldn’t have arrived to rescue her. She went on and said that the mob have been hurling abuses at her and threatened to kill her.
Kangana also shared follow up videos wherein she could be seen interacting with women in the crowd and holding their hands. She later exited from the area and thanked the Punjab police and CRPF.
Plea filed against Kangana Ranaut in Supreme Court
On December 1, a petition was filed in the Supreme Court against Kangana Ranaut by a Sikh advocate. The petition sought censoring of all social media posts of the actor in future in order to maintain law and order in the country.
Advocate Charanjeet Singh Chaderpal, who filed the plea against her, demanded to transfer all the FIRs files across the country against Kangana for her remarks on farmers protest to Khar police station, Mumbai.
A few days ago, Kangana had filed an FIR after she received death threats for her remarks on farmers’ protests. She had called the Sikh community Khalistani terrorists following the decision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take back the controversial three farm laws on November 20.
In her complaint, the actor wrote that she has been receiving death threats from a person on social media. The Manali SP, Gurdev Sharma has said that the police have registered a case under Sections 295A, 504, 505, 506, 509 under the IPC, as reported by ANI.