“No One Above The Law”: Nawab Malik’s Warning To Kangana Ranaut
Ms Ranaut was last year given Y+ security cover by the Union Home Ministry; this was after a request from her father via the Himachal Pradesh government
Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik on Wednesday reminded actor Kangana Ranaut that “no one is above the law”, as outrage grows over the actor’s derogatory comments about the farmers’ protest – which she labelled “Khalistani” – and the Sikh community – whom she branded “terrorists”.
Mr Malik also took a swipe at Ms Ranaut and the security cover provided to her by the centre (based on a Home Ministry ‘threat assessment report’), warning her it would not be enough to stop the law.
“The way Kangana Ranaut is abusing everybody… insulting the father of our nation (Mahatma Gandhi)… saying azadi (independence) was fake and that we were beggars… she is hurting the sentiment of various communities,” Mr Malik was quoted by news agency ANI.
“Some she called ‘terrorists’… some she called ‘mosquitoes’. This is unacceptable. Definitely no one is above the law… whether she has Z security cover doesn’t matter… security cannot prevent implementation of the laws. Action will be taken,” the NCP leader added.
News Credit: NDTV.com