Kangana Ranaut’s mother, Asha Ranaut, has switched loyalties from the Congress to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). In a video, Asha mentioned that their family was related to the Congress for a number of years but is grateful to Union residence minister Amit Shah for offering Kangana with safety forward of her Mumbai go to.
Speaking to The Tribune, Asha mentioned in Hindi, “The blessings of the entire country are with Kangana. I am proud that my daughter has always stood for the truth. I thank Union home minister Amit Shah. We are not even associated with that party (BJP), we were from the Congress… My grandfather-in-law was a member of the Congress party. Even though they (BJP) knew that we were from the Congress from the beginning, they supported us.”
Asha expressed her gratitude in direction of Amit Shah and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. She mentioned, “Amit Shah supported us and gave security to my daughter. I also thank Modi ji. Just see what happened there (in Mumbai). If my daughter did not have security, then God knows what would have happened to her.” She then agreed when somebody together with her mentioned, “Now we are with Modi ji.”
When they broke my workplace, mother’s warning face flashed earlier than my eyes ” KAHA THA MAINE” haven’t taken her calls ever since, this simply flashed on my timeline, pleasantly stunned by her refreshing tackle this entire matter #KanganaVsUddhav https://t.co/jHnr46FKfd
— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaStaff) September 10, 2020
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Kangana shared the video on Twitter and mentioned that she was ‘pleasantly surprised’ by her mother’s tackle the entire episode. “When they broke my office, mom’s warning face flashed before my eyes ‘KAHA THA MAINE (I told you so)’ haven’t taken her calls ever since, this just flashed on my timeline, pleasantly surprised by her refreshing take on this whole matter #KanganaVsUddhav,” the actor wrote.
On Wednesday, after a verbal spat with Shiv Sena leaders, Kangana landed in Mumbai with Y-plus safety, which was granted to her by the Union residence ministry. The Shiv Sena leaders had taken umbrage to her tweets from final week, wherein she in contrast Mumbai to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and criticised the Mumbai Police.
Days after Kangana’s feedback, officers of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) partially demolished her workplace in Mumbai for alleged structural violations. She referred to as it the ‘death of democracy’ and hit out at Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray in a sequence of tweets.
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