In further developments on the controversy between Kangana Ranaut and Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut, Independent MP Navneet Rana from Amravati on Wednesday demanded that the MP should resign for “insulting” actress Kangana Ranaut with his remarks.
In a five-minute-long video posted by her on Facebook, she criticised the demolition of part of Kangana’s bungalow and said that “The action of demolishing a part of Kangana Ranaut’s bungalow during COVID-19 was nor essential. There was no such emergency to take action. There is a procedure that needs to be followed where notice is served. If the response is not proper then further actions can be taken. This is politics. Politics of Mumbai and Maharashtra politics is going on in a different way.”
“I want to request Shiv Sena president and Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to either support Sanjay Raut or if you oppose (what he had said) and have good feelings for women then support women, and take resignation of Raut as an MP,” Rana added in the video message.
Attacking Raut, she said, “What kind of culture is this to come before the media and insult a woman (Ranaut) with such words”.
She also took the platform to bash the Chief Minister for not visiting the flood-affected areas and said that people there are going through a very dire situation.