[WATCH] Kangana Ranaut Responds To Slap Incident At Airport, Accuses CISF Officer of Abuse

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Shortly after reports emerged about Kangana Ranaut being slapped by a female CISF constable at Mohali International Airport, the actor and BJP MP shared a video on her Instagram stories to discuss the incident. In the video, Kangana reassured her fans and well-wishers of her safety while accusing the CISF officer of hitting and abusing her during the security check.

“I have been receiving numerous calls from my well-wishers and the media. First of all, I am safe and completely fine. Today, at Chandigarh airport, during the security check, a woman CISF officer waited for me to pass by and then hit me on the side of my face. She began abusing me. When I asked her why she did this, she mentioned supporting the farmers’ protest. I am safe, but my concern is about the growing terrorism in Punjab; how do we handle that?”

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Kangana stated.

During questioning, the CISF officer claimed that Kangana Ranaut made derogatory remarks about Punjabi women during the farmers’ protest.

 

Filmmaker Onir condemned the assault on Kangana, stating,

“I mostly disagree with Kangana, but this assault is absolutely unacceptable. Those who are cheering this are advocating for a lawless society that believes assault is a solution to what’s wrong. And those labeling the farmers’ protest as Khalistani again are causing the worst damage.”

In related news, Kangana was traveling to Delhi after winning the 2024 Lok Sabha Election from the Mandi constituency. She defeated Congress’ Vikramaditya Singh by over 74,000 votes. Earlier on Thursday, she shared several photos on her Instagram Stories, documenting her journey to Parliament. In one photo, she is seen hugging her mother, Aasha Ranaut, as she leaves for Delhi, captioning it, “On my way to Parliament. Mandi ki sansad (the Member of Parliament from Mandi).” Kangana also shared a selfie with the caption, “Delhi calling