New Delhi: Another plea has been filed against controversial Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut according to news agency ANI, which reports that the petitioner is seeking 'future censoring' of all her posts in order to maintain law and order in the country. The move comes shortly after Ranaut filed an FIR against those who had sent her threats over her remarks about the farmer's protests.
The plea also sought that all the FIRs registered against Kangana for her remarks on farmers' protest should be transferred to the Khar police station and that a chargesheet should be filed within six months.
In response, Kangana shared a new item on the topic and captioned it as 'Most powerful woman in the world" on her Instagram account.
Kangana Ranaut had made several controversial remarks on the farmers' protests in India after the farm laws bill was repealed by the BJP-led Central Government this month. She had lauded Indira Gandhi and dismissed the protests as being led by 'Khalistani agents' which Indira had 'crushed under boots' in earlier years.
An FIR was recently filed against Kangana Ranaut by members of the Sikh community for allegedly hurting their religious sentiments. The FIR was filed by Amarjeetsingh Sandhu along with leaders of the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) and Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD).
"We have registered an FIR under Section 295A (Deliberate and malicious acts, intended to outrage religious feelings of any class by insulting its religion or religious beliefs) against the actress. We are investigating the matter further," Gajanan Kabdule, a senior police inspector of Khar police station told the Indian Express.
The actress has denied insulting any group of people and has said that she has no plans to remain silent about her views, political or otherwise as, in her own words, she is dedicated to this country.