Kangana Ranaut and sister Rangoli summoned by Mumbai Police next week over sedition allegations once again

After lodging an FIR against Kangana and Rangoli Chandel for creating a divide over social media platforms, the police have summoned the sisters for an interrogation.

Kangana Ranaut has become a voice opinionating controversial statements in almost every issue in question. However, Mumbai Police thinks her statements have been spurring too many controversies to an extent where containment is needed. Recently an FIR was lodged against Kangana and her sister, Rangoli Chandel, for creating a divide over social media platforms. In a fresh update, the police have summoned the sisters for an interrogation.

ANI reported that the investigating officer summoned the sisters for an interrogation next week. “Mumbai Police summons actor Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli to be present before it on November 10. The summons pertain to an FIR registered against them after court orders on allegations that they tried to create a divide between communities through social media posts,” ANI tweeted.

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For the record, Kangana and Rangoli do have a history of summons due to sedition allegations. Previously, their presence was demanded by the police on 25th and 26th October.  However, the Queen actress excused herself as being caught in the hustle with her brother, Aksht’s wedding. Rizwan Siddiqui, Kangana’s lawyer explained their absence over a statement that read, “My clients Ms. Kangana Ranaut & Ms. Rangoli Chandel will not be attending the Police Station on 26th & 27th because of Wedding preparations & ongoing functions in their hometown concerning their younger brother. I have responded to the summons & sought time after 15th of Nov.”

Well, Kangana and Rangoli still seem to be held up with the wedding festivities. Recently they extended an invite to Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister, Jairam Thakur, for the grand occasion.

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