Kangana Ranaut had left for Mumbai from her hometown in Himachal Pradesh this morning, amid uproar over her Mumbai- PoK remark. She had been staying at her home in Himachal Pradesh since the lockdown was announced. While she was on her way to Mumbai, Kangana’s office in Bandra West was being demolished by the BMC, after which Kangana’s laywer moved the High Court. Now, the actress has landed in Mumbai, and as per reports, the actress’ supporters, as well as Shiv Sena workers, have assembled at the Mumbai Airport.
Republic reports that Kangana Ranaut has now landed in Mumbai, and that there's a massive gathering at the airport. Shiv Sena workers with black flags, while Karni Sena and RPI have assembled with Manikarnika posters at the Mumbai Airport. Kangana had been constantly tweeting back to back as parts of her office in Bandra were being demolished. As she used the hashtag ‘Death Of Democracy’ in her tweets, the hashtag was also trending on social media as the actress’ supporters strongly condemned her office being demolished in her absence.
Meanwhile, Kangana’s laywer filed a plea in the High Court against BMC’s demolition drive at her office. The Bombay High Court has ordered a stay on the demolition drive, instructing BMC to put the demolition on hold. Several celebrities such as Dia Mirza, Apurva Asrani and Renuka Shahane also condemned the demolition drive by the BMC.
Meanwhile, Republic also reported that Kangana Ranaut will file a criminal case against BMC. Her lawyer Rizwan Siddiqui spoke to the media after the High Court hearing and called out BMC for lying on office demolition. The lawyer added that their response to the notice issued by the BMC was rejected by BMC officials.
संजय जी मुझे अभिव्यक्ति की पूरी आज़ादी है— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) September 6, 2020
मुझे अपने देश में कहीं भी जाने की आज़ादी है ।
मैं आज़ाद हूँ । pic.twitter.com/773n8XDESI
Image Source: Instagram/Kangana Ranaut
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