In the latest update, a plea has been submitted to the Supreme Court seeking to censor all the future social media posts by Bollywood actress Kangna Ranaut.
Advocate Urges To Delete, Modi Kangana Ranaut’s Post If They Disrupt Harmony
The plea documented by advocate Sardar Charanjeet Singh Chanderpal looked for a course of action to teach all social media stages to erase, adjust or erase Ranaut’s posts prior to permitting its official release, on the off chance that it brings about rule of peace and law issues in India.
The plea said Kangna has made these expressions on a public foundation of social media like Instagram. “This post on Instagram in short means and deduces ‘Sikh farners as Khalistani Terrorists, maintains the decimation of 1984’, implies that Sikhs ought to be treated as a lower race like undesirable mosquitoes and they need a Guru like Mrs. Indira Gandhi when the Eternal Guru of the Sikhs is Guru Granth Sahibjee,” said the plea.
The plea battled that such assertions foster a feeling of racial separation, disdain dependent on various religions and could prompt a ton of warmed contentions via social media and need to strength of even uproars, incitement and have all elements of the offenses that these assertions submit.
Ranaut’s Comments May Cause Riots
“The comments are outrageous and blasphemous as well as mean to cause riots, hurt strict feelings, they are slanderous just as depict Sikhs in an absolutely against National way. It additionally legitimizes the killing of blameless Sikhs. The comments are absolutely against the solidarity of our nation and the entertainer merits a genuine discipline at Law. They can’t be forgotten about or pardoned,” added the plea, documented through advocate Anil Kumar.
The plea looks for course to the home ministry, IT ministry, TRAI and state police of various states to make a preventive move on Kangna’s social media posts.
The supplication likewise looked for a bearing to move every one of the FIRs on the disdainful assertions purportedly made by Kangna on Sikhs to the Khar police headquarters in Mumbai.
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