Gurugram Bollywood star Kangana Ranaut has been in the news continuously for the past few months. Ever since the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, Kangana has been consistently taking an aggressive stand against her own industry. Recently, Kangana officially entered the world of Twitter and immediately she seems to be in trouble with one of her tweets.
Kangana recently tweeted about reservation, in which she is putting her side against it. According to a report, a person has filed a complaint with the police in Gurugram, Haryana, against this same tweet of Kangana.
According to the report, the person who lodged the complaint is Bhim Sena's local head Nawab Satpal Tanwar, who has filed a complaint in Sector 37 police station on his behalf. He has accused Kangana of insulting the Constitution. Based on this, he has filed a complaint of treason against Kangana.
This tweet was done regarding reservation and caste system
Actually, during the discussion in a post on Twitter, Kangana had expressed her opinion about reservation. He had said that modern Indians do not believe in caste system and only our constitution is maintained on reservation system.
Kangana wrote in a tweet, “The caste system has been rejected by modern Indians, everyone in small towns knows that it is not acceptable under the law and is just a shameful way for some people to keep themselves happy.” Only our Constitution has retained this as a reservation. Talk about it. “
Cast system has been rejected by modern Indians, in small towns every one knows it's not acceptable anymore by law and order its nothing more than a sadistic pleasure for few, only our constitution is holding on to it in terms of reservations, Let Go Of It , Lets Talk About It ????
– Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) August 23, 2020
After this tweet of Kangana, many users objected to her statement and accused her of misrepresentation. Along with this, there was a trend on Twitter against Kangana during this period. At the same time, many users came down in support of Kangana and started to justify their point.
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