'Anti-Sikh' remarks: Kangana Ranaut fails to appear before Delhi Assembly panel, seeks more time

By Jasleen Kaur -- December 06, 2021 5:46 pm -- Updated:December 06, 2021 5:49 pm

New Delhi: Actor Kangana Ranaut has sought more time to appear before the Delhi Assembly's Peace and Harmony Committee over her alleged hateful anti-Sikh remarks on social media.

Kangana Ranaut has sought more time and cited professional and personal commitments as the reason. This meeting was called over her controversial and “derogatory anti-Sikh remarks” on social media.

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Head of the Delhi Assembly committee and AA P leader Raghav Chadha said Kangana Ranaut's lawyer, in a letter, had informed that the actor could not appear before the panel due to personal and professional commitments. She has sought more time. The meeting scheduled for December 6 stood cancelled. The committee would inform its decision to her in a letter.

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The actor also faces an FIR in Mumbai filed by Sikhs for using derogatory language against them on social media.

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-PTC News with agency inputs 

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