Courtesy : Kangana Ranaut
Actor Kangana Ranaut has once again landed in trouble after she was accused of tarnishing the reputation of former Union minister Upendra Kushwaha. A complaint was lodged in the court of CJM, Patna by Shyam Bihari Singh, the legal cell head of the Rashtriya Lok Samata Party, headed by Kushwaha, on Friday.
According to a report in PTI, the complaint has been in relation to a tweet that was shared by Kangana on December 3.
The complaint also carried a photograph of the recently held Bihar Assembly Elections was also attached along with the same. In the same Tweet, the 33-year-old actress wrote, “new star in tukde tukde gang.” She is also alleged to have used thumbnails like urban Naxals and jihadis in the same. The one placed on Kushwaha read "Azad Kashmir".
Singh in his complaint reportedly alleged that a miffed Kushwaha had drawn the attention of Bihar Police, Mumbai Police, and the Maharashtra DGP towards the offending tweet, but no action was initiated against her.
The PTI also quoted Shyam Bihari Singh claiming "When RLSP supporters visited the police station concerned to lodge an FIR they were told to approach the court. Hence, this petition."
The complaint was filed under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code and the IT Act by Singh who was accompanied by senior party leaders including national general secretary Fazl Imam.