Firing a recent salvo at Congress on Wednesday, Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut questioned the continued protests in opposition to her within the nation and mentioned it will need to have been a case of “mistaken identity”. “Am I some minister or a great opposition leader? Who they think I am? this is rather flattering,” the embattled actor wrote on Twitter after Punjab Congress burnt the effigies of Kangana for “disrespecting farmers by labelling them terrorists”.
“First congress in Maharashtra threatened me and beat my posters with chappals now congress in Punjab burning my effigies, seems like a clear case of mistaken identity,” the actor wrote.
The protests got here after the actor allegedly equated the protesting farmers with “terrorists”.
“People who spread misinformation and rumours about CAA that caused riots are the same people who are now spreading misinformations about Farmers bill and causing terror in the nation, they are terrorists. You very well know what I said but simply like to spread misinformation,” the actor had tweeted earlier.
Alongside, Kangana is engaged in a tussle with the Shiv Sena authorities in Maharashtra after an allegedly “illegal” portion of her Mumbai workplace was razed on September 9.
The Bombay excessive court docket on Tuesday requested actor Kangana Ranaut to implead Shiv Sena chief spokesperson Sanjay Raut in her petition for threatening her with ‘Ukhad diya’ – the title of an article in Sena mouthpiece Saamana.