Mumbai: In another fresh attack on actress Kangana Ranaut following her PoK remarks, ShivSena on Monday in its editorial mouthpiece Saamana called her “mental woman” and said that she has no right to live in Maharashtra.
The Shiv Sena, in its editorial mouthpiece Saamana, said that during the upcoming monsoon session in the state, the opposition should raise its voice against the “outsider”, referring to Ranaut as saying, “Mumbai is now Pakistan-occupied Kashmir”.
The army further said that Ranaut’s remarks are an insult to all Marathi people and martyred soldiers who sacrificed their lives for Mumbai.
“It will not be tolerated, if an outsider, who acquired everything from Mumbai, insults and speaks wrong about Mumbai … This act should be condemned in the State Act,” the army said.
“A mental woman who insults Mumbai and the police does not have the right to live in Maharashtra, and this statement has already been made by Home Minister Anil Deshmukh without hesitation.” This has to be accepted. Opposition party needs to express confidence in Anil Deshmukh, and the entire police team during the session,” the party added.
Earlier, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut had commented on Ranaut “feeling like PoK” and made derogatory remarks against him.
The war between the two started after Ranaut said he felt insecure in Mumbai after the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput.
Ranaut, who is currently in her home state Himachal Pradesh, had earlier tweeted that she will be coming back to Mumbai on September 9 and dared anyone to stop her.