Kangana Ranaut asks if she’ll be safe in Mumbai after Mumbai Police Commissioner likes a ‘derogatory tweet’ against her; Police denies claims

Kangana Ranaut slamed Mumbai Police Commissioner, Param Bir Singh for liking a derogatory tweet against her, asks if she is safe in Mumbai

Kangana Ranaut who has been speaking about Sushant Singh Rajput‘s death and is getting highlighted because of her outspokenness about the nepotism that exists in the industry has now slammed Mumbai commissioner of police, Param Bir Singh, claiming that he liked a derogatory tweet about her. A tweet emerged showing that the commissioner’s Twitter handle has liked a derogatory tweet about Kangana. While the department denied the claim, they assured they would investigate the matter.

Taking to Twitter and sharing screenshots which showed the senior officer liking the said tweet, Kangana wrote: “Liking derogatory tweets about people who are fighting against the murderers of Sushant, instead of condemning public teasing and bullying like this @CPMumbaiPolice is encouraging it, @MumbaiPolice has hit all time low … SHAME !!” One of the screenshots put up by the actress showed a manhole painted with Kangana’s name. It mentioned that the post was ‘liked by CP Mumbai Police’.



In a following tweet, Kangana wanted to know if she would be safe in Mumbai after this. She wrote: “When @CPMumbaiPolice is openly intimidating me like this, encouraging bullying and crime against me, will I be safe in Mumbai? Who is responsible for my safety? @PMOIndia.” Among those who supported Kangana was Sushant’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti. Retweeting Kangana, she wrote: “My God!! Shameful!! #justiceforSushanthSinghRajput”


Mumbai Police quickly reverted to the matter. Replying to the actor’s first tweet, the official Twitter handle of Mumbai Police said: “This tweet has never been liked by @CPMumbaiPolice- the cyber police station has been asked to examine the screenshot.”

Fans also took to Twitter to ask what action was being taken against those who painted the manhole with the actor’s name. One said: “What is the action that you have taken against the person who had drawn defamatory paintings on the street?? Is there a complained filed investigation done?? Who tried to wash away the paintings after it was highlighted?? Will painter and accomplishments be booked??”