‘Mental woman does not have right to live in Maharashtra’: Shiv Sena’s fresh salvo at Kangana Ranaut

‘Mental woman does not have right to live in Maharashtra’: Shiv Sena’s fresh salvo at Kangana Ranaut

Kangana Ranaut

Kangana Ranaut&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspPTI

Key Highlights

  • This will not be tolerated if an outsider, who achieved everything from Mumbai, insults the city, Sena said
  • Earlier, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut had hit out at Ranaut over her “Mumbai is feeling like PoK” comment
  • “Why Mumbai is feeling like Pakistan occupied Kashmir?” Ranaut had tweeted

Mumbai: Launching another scathing attack at actor Kangana Ranaut over her PoK remarks, Shiv Sena on Monday called her “mental woman” while saying that she has nor right to live in Maharashtra.

Shiv Sena in its editorial mouthpiece Saamana said that during the upcoming Monsoon Session in the state, opposition should raise voice against the “outsider”, referring to Ranaut, over her “Mumbai is like now Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir” statement.

Sena further said that Ranaut’s remark was an insult to all the Marathi people and martyred soldiers who sacrificed their lives for Mumbai.

“This will not be tolerated if an outsider, who achieved everything from Mumbai, insults and speaks wrong about Mumbai… This act must be condemned in the state legislature,” Sena said.

“The mental woman who insulted Mumbai and the police does not have the right to live in Maharashtra, and this statement is already given by the Home Minister Anil Deshmukh without any hesitation. This has to be accepted. Opposition party needs to express confidence in Anil Deshmukh, and the entire police team during the session,” the party added.

Sanjay Raut, Kangana Ranuat spat

Earlier, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut had hit out at Ranaut over her “Mumbai is feeling like PoK” comment and made derogatory remarks against her.

The war of words between the two started after Ranaut said that she felt unsafe in Mumbai after the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput.

Following her statement, BJP leader Ram Kadam had asked the Sena-led state government to provide the police protection to Ranaut as “she wanted to expose the Bollywood drug nexus”.

However, Ranaut had said she feared the Mumbai police more than the “movie mafia”, and would prefer security either from Himachal Pradesh or the Centre.

Ranaut’s remark drew flak with Raut purportedly requesting her not to come to Mumbai.

Hitting back at him, Ranaut tweeted: “Sanjay Raut, Shiv Sena leader has given me an open threat and asked me not to come back to Mumbai. After Aazadi graffitis in Mumbai streets and now open threats, why Mumbai is feeling like Pakistan occupied Kashmir?”

Ranaut, who is currently in her home state Himachal Pradesh, had earlier tweeted that she will be coming back to Mumbai on September 9 and dared anyone to stop her.

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