FIR Filed Against Kangana Ranaut In Karnataka For Her Tweet On Farmers Bill; Actress Responds 'Another Day, Another FIR

Kangana Ranaut is finding herself into a puddle of cases against her. A new FIR has been lodged against her in Karnataka over a tweet on Farmers' Bill

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FIR Filed Against Kangana Ranaut In Karnataka For Her Tweet On Farmers Bill; Actress Responds 'Another Day, Another FIR
Kangana Ranaut is mired in several controversies. Ever since she has officially joined Twitter, she has been sharing her opinions on several issues fearlessly. From Sushant Singh Rajput's death case to Farmers Bill, Kangana has spoken a lot on all the issues. She has found herself in legal trouble as well because of her fierce tweets. Recently, a new FIR got lodged against her after the Karnataka High Court refused to put a stay on the proceedings against her.

As per a report in ANI, a complaint was filed against Kangana Ranaut by advocate Ramesh Naik L for her tweet suggesting that people are spreading misinformation about Farmers' Bill. As the court refused to stay the proceedings against her, an FIR has been lodged against her by the police. Responding to the same, Kangana shared the screenshot of the news and wrote, "Another day another FIR, yesterday Javed chacha with help of Maharashtra government got a warrant issued for me and now another FIR for supporting farmer’s bill, meanwhile those who spread lies about this Bill and Farmer’s genocide also caused riots, face no consequences. Thanks.”

Check out Kangana Ranaut's tweet below:


On March 1, a bailable warrant was issued against the Manikarnika actress by the Mumbai High Court as she failed to appear before court in a defamation case filed by Javed Akhtar. A few days ago, actor Hrithik Roshan had recorded his statement in front of the Crime Intelligence Unit in a case involving Kangana Ranaut.   (Also Read: Kangana Ranaut Attends An Emergency Meeting At Her Partially Demolished Office; Says 'It Broke My Heart' - PICS)




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