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‘Terrorism is on the rise in Punjab…’, says Kangana Ranaut for the first time after airport slap incident

Arun Sharma

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Kangana Ranaut’s first video after the slapping incident

A case of misbehavior with Bollywood actress and BJP MP Kangana Ranaut has come to light at Chandigarh airport. Kangana Ranaut reached Chandigarh airport to fly to Delhi. When Kangana was going for boarding after the security check, she was slapped by CISF woman constable Kulwinder Kaur. The entire incident is said to have taken place around 3.30 pm. However, after this, Kangana Ranaut left for Delhi with her team. After the slapping incident, the first video of Kangana Ranaut has come out.

CISF woman soldier Kulwinder Kaur slapped Kangana Ranaut. A video of it has also surfaced. In this she is seen saying that she had made a statement during the farmers’ agitation that she was sitting in the agitation for Rs 100 each. Was she sitting there? But my mother was sitting when Kangana Ranaut made the statement. Now the first reaction of Kangana Ranaut has also come out.

Kangana Ranaut spoke for the first time after the slap incident

After reaching Delhi, Kangana Ranaut has shared a video on Instagram story. In this she is seen saying that I am getting many calls from my well wishers. First of all, I am perfectly safe and well. The accident that took place at the Chandigarh airport took place during a security check. He said, when I came out after the security check, CISF security in another cabin was waiting for me to reach there before going there and came from the side and beat me and started abusing me. Kangana further says that…

I asked him, why did he do that? He said he supports the farmers’ movement. I am safe but my concern is how this rising terrorism and extremism in Punjab will be handled?

Arun Sharma

Arun Sharma

I am Arun Sharma, a versatile news writer covering entertainment, sports, and breaking news.

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