Let Kangana Ranaut Go To PoK...We Are Ready To Bear The Cost Of Her Trip, Says Sanjay Raut
Let Kangana Ranaut Go To PoK...We Are Ready To Bear The Cost Of Her Trip, Says Sanjay RautShiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut (Image via Twitter)

The verbal tussle between Sanjay Raut and Kangana Ranaut has taken a new turn as the Shivsena leader has now asked the actress to be taken on a two-day trip to Pakistan Occupied Kashmir.

Speaking to India Today TV, Raut mentioned, “Let her go to PoK. The government should fund for her two-day visit to PoK. If the government does not, we are ready to bear the cost for her trip to PoK.”

Earlier, the Rajya Sabha MP wrote, “We kindly request her not to come to Mumbai. This is nothing but an insult to Mumbai police. The Home Ministry should take action over it” in the party’s mouthpiece newspaper ‘Saamana’. Ranaut had mentioned that Mumbai has begun feeling like Pakistan Occupied Kashmir after receiving this threat from the Shivsena leader.

Raut even claimed that political parties are supporting the Krrish 3 actress. He accused her of spitting on the plate that she eats from and went on to allege that, “Kangana Ranaut is a mental case.”

He declared that they do not have any personal enmity with the 33-year-old artist but detested the language that she used. Raut heaped praise on the city’s police force and acclaimed about their role in handling the 1992 riots and capturing terrorist Ajmal Kasab alive.

Kangana Ranaut also took to twitter to share a video of her photo being attacked by footwear by Shiv Sena activists.

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