'Waiting to be in jail': Kangana says willing to suffer like Savarkar, Rani of Jhansi

Today the government trying to put me in jail, she said

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Another complaint has been filed against Kangana Ranaut before the metropolitan magistrate’s court in Andheri on Thursday alleging that she made “derogatory remarks” against the Mumbai police on the probe into actor Sushant Singh Rajputs death.

Reacting to this, Kangana said that the government is trying to put her jail, and added that she is willing to go through the miseries like her idols Savarkar, Netaji and Rani of Jhansi.

She tweeted: “I worship people like Savarkar, Neta Bose and Rani of Jhansi. Today the government trying to put me in jail that makes me feel confident of my choices, waiting to be in jail soon n go through same miseries my idols were subjected to, it will give a meaning to my life, Jai Hind.”

In another tweet, she said that what she is facing is the result of her fight against the 'real fascist government in Maharashtra.

The complainant, a city-based lawyer, claimed that tweets by Ranaut on Twitter have “defamed our country, its police, authorised government bodies, executive machineries all being established by law in India”. She had made fun of the judiciary, which amounted to criminal contempt, the complainant stated.

A court in Bandra had last week directed the Mumbai police to file an FIR against Kangana for her tweets on a private complaint made by another person who stated that Kanagana was “creating divisions between communities and spreading communal hatred”.