Kangana Ranaut Expresses Hurt Over Congress Spokesperson’s Comment on Social Media

Kangana Ranaut Expresses Hurt Over Congress Spokesperson's Comment on Social Media

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Mohali: Kangana Ranaut, Bollywood actress and BJP’s Mandi Lok Sabha candidate, voiced her distress regarding a post made by Congress spokesperson Supriya Shrinate, which contained disparaging remarks aimed at her.

Shrinate later claimed that her social media account was compromised and asserted that she would never degrade another woman.

“Every woman deserves dignity, regardless of her profession. I am particularly affected by the ‘Mandi’ reference, as Mandi is revered as Chota Kashi and has historical significance,” expressed Kangana upon her arrival at Chandigarh airport.

Scheduled to visit the BJP headquarters in Delhi, Kangana Ranaut was summoned by party president J P Nadda. Regarding potential actions against the Congress leader, Kangana stated, “I will be in a position to comment only after meeting him.”

Rekha Sharma, Chief of the National Commission for Women (NCW), urged Sonia Gandhi, leader of the Congress party, to take action against two party members for using “derogatory” language against another woman. The NCW has reached out to the Election Commission, advocating for “stringent action against the party and the leader.”

The contentious post by Shrinate, featuring a photo of Ranaut in a corset top with an objectionable caption, was removed following criticism from BJP leaders and others.

Addressing the issue, Ranaut emphasized the importance of preserving every woman’s dignity. She posted on X, “We must liberate our daughters from prejudice, rise above objectifying their bodies, and refrain from using the challenging lives of sex workers as a form of abuse. Every woman deserves respect.”

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