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Kangana Ranaut & Rangoli Chandel in Legal Trouble as Mumbai Court orders inquiry against duo for disturbing communal disharmony


We have seen how vocal Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel are on social media on various issues. In the recent buzz a face was filed against the ladies for disturbing the communal disharmony in the city. As per reports, the court has ordered an inquiry now against the two ladies. As per the portal Live Law India, the Mumbai Court has placed an inquiry against the two with the section 2020 of the CRPC and is known as a police report on the allegations against the siblings.

Talking about the case, the judge Bahgwat T Zrapre was seen hearing the complaint as filed by the Advocate Kashif Khan Deshmukh and he called the act to be punishable against the different section of the IPC like the Sections 153-A, 153-B, 195-A, 298, 505 that falls under the Section 34 of the Indian Penal Code. The lawyer said that they filed a complaint against Kangana Ranaut before the Andheri Magistrate Court and then they were seen causing disharmony between Hindus and Muslims.

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As per the Metropolitan Magistrate Bhagawat T Zirape, they were seen asking the police to submit the inquiry report by December 5, 2020. As per the complainant the lady Rangoli Chandel had posted derogatory comments on the microblogging site called Twitter talking ill about the Tablighi Jamaat on April 15. This has led Twitter to suspend her account. The very next moment,  (April 18) Kangana was seen supporting her sister and posted a short video on different social media sites calling the members of the TJ as terrorists. This has led the Mumbai Court to investigate the matter and book the two ladies.


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