Court asks Mumbai Police to book Kangana for spreading 'religious disharmony'- The New Indian Express

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MUMBAI:  On the orders of an area courtroom, the Mumbai Police on Saturday registered an FIR towards actor Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel for allegedly attempting to create a communal divide within the movie trade via their social media posts.

The Bandra Metropolitan Justice of the Peace’s courtroom had ordered the police to analyze a criticism filed by Munawwar Ali Sayyed, a Bollywood casting director, which referred to Ranaut’s and her sister’s tweets and different statements.

The police registered the FIR beneath IPC sections 153A (Selling enmity between completely different teams on grounds of faith, race, and so forth.), 295A (deliberate acts hurting non secular sentiments) and 124-A (sedition), a police official stated.

Based on Sayyed’s lawyer, the criticism alleged that Ranaut has been defaming Bollywood for the final two months by calling it a “hub of nepotism”, “favouritism”, and so forth, via her tweets and tv interviews.

Justice of the Peace Jaydeo Dhule noticed: “On prima facie perusal of criticism and submission, I’ve discovered cognizable offence has been dedicated by the accused. Allegations are primarily based upon a touch upon digital media that’s Twitter and interviews. The accused used social media and thorough probe is critical. All offences alleged and levelled towards the accused are cognizable. Search is critical on this case, in such circumstances I’ve discovered it to be correct to go an order beneath Part 156(3) of CrPC.”

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