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Here’s What Kangana Ranaut Said Before Leaving Mumbai

Kangana Ranaut makes a tweet before leaving Mumbai after her 6 days long stay in the city amid her rift with Shiv Sena.

Kangana Ranaut is leaving Mumbai and heading back to her home town Manali. The actor came to the city of dreams on September 9 amid her rift with Shiv Sena. She stayed in the city for 6 days, visited her demolished office and met Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh. Before leaving Mumbai, she made a tweet that reads, “With a heavy heart leaving Mumbai, the way I was terrorised all these days constant attacks and abuses hurled at me attempts to break my house after my work place, alert security with lethal weapons around me, must say my analogy about POK was bang on.”

Kangana had earlier compared Mumbai with Pakistan occupied Kashmir. This is the statement that brought her in headlines and in the bad books of Shiv Sena.

After her statement, she received a warning from MP Sanjay Raut to never return to Maharashtra.

Yesterday, after Kangana met the Governer, she addressed the media and told, “I met the governor. He heard me as a daughter. I came to meet him as a citizen. I have nothing to do with politics.”

Kangana Ranaut Meets Governor
Kangana Ranaut with Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari

She further said, “I told him about the injustice meted out to me and what happened was improper. It was indecent behaviour.”

Meanwhile, Sanjay Raut said, “We’ve stopped talking about the Kangana Ranaut issue. But we’re taking note of everything and every action which precipitates, in this matter. We will understand which political party and which individual, think what, of our great state.”

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Meanwhile, Kangana Ranaut has said that she will not repair her demolished office. She said that she has no money since there has been no earnings due to the lockdown. She also said that she will work from those ruins and “keep that office ravaged as a symbol of a woman’s will that dared to rise in this world.”

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