Sunday, 13 September 2020

Today Kangana vs Uddhav: Mumbai Police launches drug probe against actor Keval news

Today BH CORRESPONDENT, Mumbai: In the latest political war against Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut and Uddhav Thackeray-ruled Maharashtra government, the actor will now face a drugs investigation ordered by the Shiv Sena government. The investigation has started two days after her office in Mumbai was partly demolished by Mumbai civic officials over alleged illegal alterations.

Mumbai Police has launched a probe after it received today the state Home Department’s letter ordering an investigation into Kangana’s drug links based on an old interview of an actor, reported

State Home Minister Anil Deshmukh had said in the assembly that allegations of the actor using drugs would be probed on the basis of comments by Adhyayan Suman. However, in an interview in 2016 Adhyayan, who dated Kangana, had alleged that she had asked him to use drugs at a party in 2008. Adhyayan and Kangana did a film together in Raaz – The Mystery Continues in 2009.

However, Adhyayan later tweeted not to drag his name into the drug row. “Please do not drag my name in this!”

Kangana today took a swipe at Sonia Gandhi, whose Congress party is part of the Sena-led coalition government in the state. “History will judge your silence and indifference,” she wrote in her tweet to the Congress president.

“Dear respected honourable Congress president Sonia Gandhi ji, being a woman aren’t you anguished by the treatment I am given by your government in Maharashtra? Can you not request your government to uphold the principles of the constitution given to us by Dr. Ambedkar (BR Ambedkar),” Kangana said in a tweet.

Kangana, who was provided with Y- plus security by the Centre to reach Mumbai after her comment on comparing Mumbai with Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir, said Sonia Gandhi is aware of the “struggles of women.” She also said history will judge her silence and indifference when her government is harrassing women. Kangana also wrote that she that wishes Sonia Gandhi will “intervene.”

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