Kangana Ranaut slapped by CISF guard at Chandigarh airport

Big news has come out about Bollywood actress and BJP MP Kangana Ranaut. Kangana Ranaut has been slapped by a CISF guard at Chandigarh airport. In such a situation, the actress has accused and demanded strict action. According to the information received, the name of the guard who slapped is being told as Kulwinder Kaur.

Kangana Ranaut was leaving for Delhi today after winning from Mandi Lok Sabha seat of Himachal Pradesh. The incident took place at around 3:30 pm. Kangana had to go from Chandigarh to Delhi, then during the security check, CISF female jawan Kulwinder Kaur carried out this act.

Kangana had given a statement about women farmers in the farmers’ movement. Kangana Ranaut had given a statement that people were sitting there for Rs 100 each. Let us tell you that the mother of the CISF woman also participated in the farmers’ movement. Hurt by this, CISF female jawan Kulwinder Kaur has slapped her. After this incident, Kulwinder was made to sit in the commandant’s room. After this, Kangana Ranaut complained about this matter to the police, after which action was taken and female soldier Kulwinder Kaur has been suspended.

Kangana Ranaut has now broken her silence on this. Actually Kangana Ranaut has broken her silence by sharing a status on her Instagram page. Giving information about the incident that happened at Chandigarh airport, she asked how will extremism stop. Sharing the video, Kangana said, “I am getting a lot of phone calls. From my well-wishers and the media. I am safe. The incident that happened at Chandigarh airport today happened with the security check. When I came out after the security check there, there were CISF security personnel in the other room. When I tried to pass them, they came from the front and hit me on the face. After this, they started abusing. When she was asked why she did this, she said that she supports the farmers’ movement. I am safe, but my concern is how will we handle the terrorism and extremism that is increasing in Punjab.”


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