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‘Hope Justice Will Be Giving’: Kangana Ranaut senses growing tension with His Excellency Governor Shiv Sena Government

Amid growing tension between Kangana Ranaut and the Shiv Sena-led Maharashtra government, the ‘Queen’ actress on Sunday expressed concern over BMC’s move to demolish her office in the city’s Pali Hills earlier this week. The Governor of Bhagat Singh met Koshyari. ALSO READ | Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray rebukes Kangana and Madan Sharma Row, explains ways to deal with Kovid 19

In a meeting held at Raj Bhavan in Mumbai at 4.30 pm, the actress of ‘Manikarnika’ informed the Governor about the ongoing tension with the state government. She later said on Twitter, “I explained my point to him and also requested that I be brought to justice.”

“I met Governor Koshiyari and told him about the unjust treatment done to him,” the news agency ANI was quoted as saying by the actress.

Governor Koshyari said, “I hope that I will get justice, so that the trust of all citizens, including young girls, is restored. I am fortunate that the governor listened to me as a daughter.”

Tensions between actress Kangana and the state government began when she made derogatory remarks about Mumbai, comparing the city with Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) and calling the city’s police force a “sham”.

Subsequently, Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh reportedly said that the actress “has no right to live” in Mumbai.

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Meanwhile, just a few days after Kangana’s satirical exchange with Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation gave a notice to take action against the office of his production house ‘Manikarnika Films’.

Then on 9 September, the civic body not only dismantled parts of the structure, but its belongings in the office were also destroyed. The actress says that no part of her property is illegally constructed and every act was done with the permission of BMC.

Kangana reached Mumbai on 9 September with the Y-Plus security provided to her by the central government. As per an IANS report, the actress is expected to leave the city on 14 September. Due to security protocol, Kangana’s team said it could not reveal where she was.

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