Kangana and sister Rangoli get relief for one and a half months from Bombay High Court

The Bombay High Court has granted interim relief to actress Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel. Hearing Kangana’s plea to quash the FIR lodged with the Mumbai Police, the High Court granted Kangana Ranaut an opportunity to appear before the police by 8 January. That is, Kangana and her sister have got an extension of one and a half months by appearing before the police. Earlier, both sisters were to appear before the Bandra Police on November 23 and 24 in this case. Also Read – High court to give verdict in Kangana Ranaut office sabotage case on November 27

Also, the court has directed the Mumbai Police not to take any action against Kangana and her sister Rangoli till 8 January. While hearing the case, Justice Shinde also asked questions to the Mumbai Police. Justice Shinde said, ‘Why does the police impose Section 124A (sedition) in such cases? This section has been applied in many cases. You should organize a proper workshop for your officers in which case should be imposed? Kangana Ranaut also thanked Justice Shinde on this. Also Read – Kangana Ranaut started ‘Dhakad’ preparations with shooting of ‘Thalaivi’, boxing fiercely

Actually, Kangana and her sister Rangoli filed a petition in the Bombay High Court. In this, the two sisters had been appealed to the court to quash the FIR lodged with the Mumbai Police, in which they were accused of spreading disharmony and estrangement in the two communities. In this case, the Mumbai Police sent summons to the two sisters to appear 3 times (26-27 October, 9-10 November and 23-24 November). However, all three times Kangana and Rangoli did not appear before the police. Also Read – Top 5 Entertainment News of The Week: Corona arrives at Salman’s house, Ranveer Singh targets Sushant’s fans

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