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Black day for India, says Kangana Ranaut : The Tribune India

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Kangana Ranaut appears fairly disturbed by the visuals of violence in the course of the tractor rally. She shared a number of tweets and even posted a video during which she stated, “Now we have grow to be a joke earlier than the world at this time. Now we have no status left… If this goes on, there might be no progress on this nation. Whoever helps this so-called farmers’ protest ought to be jailed. They’ve diminished our nation, its authorities and Supreme Court docket right into a joke.”

The actress continued her collection of tweets on Wednesday and slammed Bollywood for allegedly hiding behind the garb of leisure and frightening terrorism.

She wrote, “That is the ‘gandagi’ and Bollywood must be cleaned instantly. Slyly hiding behind the garb of leisure and frightening terrorism and violence, put them in jail if there may be even an iota of regulation and order left on this nation; these termites are consuming away the bones of Bharat.”

When one person slammed singer-actor DiljitDosanjh for supporting the farmers, Kangana replied, “The issue is we nonetheless assume we have to enlighten them about what they’re supporting as if it should remodel them. After all they know what they doing. Danke ki chot pe they hoisted Khalistan flag on Pink Fort, reality is it’s jungle raj jiski lathi us ki bhains and so they had the lathi.”

Kangana feels the “message is evident no progress or reforms might be allowed; terrorism will determine the destiny of this nation, not its authorities”.

In one other tweet, Kangana urged the federal government to take motion. She wrote, “We as a democracy have chosen a nationalistic authorities, but anti-nationals are successful. Black day for India, please implement these legal guidelines ASAP and make our democracy win @PMOIndia.”

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