Chirag Paswan has a message for the CISF personnel who slapped Kangana Ranaut: ‘This is how she should be treated.’ | Exclusive

chirag Paswan expresses understanding for the feelings of the CISF personnel who slapped Kangana Ranaut but condemns her act of raising her hand against the BJP MP and actress.

Former actor and Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas) chief Chirag Paswan, who recently won Bihar’s Hajipur Lok Sabha seat and was sworn in as a minister in the Modi 3.0 Cabinet, reacted to BJP MP Kangana Ranaut being slapped by CISF personnel at Chandigarh airport in an exclusive interview with DNA.

Chirag Paswan expressed his displeasure over the CISF personnel’s actions, stating, “This is wrong, and I cannot support this incident. You can’t abuse or hit someone to get your point across. Everyone has the freedom of expression and can speak their mind. I understand the feelings of the CISF Jawan; her mother was present and must have been hurt by what was said. However, she could have expressed her point with dignified words. Perhaps her objection would have resonated more if she had strongly asked, ‘Why did you say this? My mother was also there, and I felt sad.’ By raising your hand, you diminished the value of your emotions.”

Chirag Paswan further added, “India is a diverse country where everyone is entitled to their own thoughts and expressions. Kangana voiced her opinion, and the CISF personnel could have done the same. No one should raise their hand against another person, whether a woman or a man. It’s important to protest, but it should be done in a dignified manner.”

Kangana Ranaut, who recently won a Lok Sabha seat from Mandi, previously sparked controversy with a tweet during the farmers’ protests. She mistakenly identified an elderly woman at the protest as Bilkis Bano, a prominent figure from the Shaheen Bagh protests, and claimed the woman was “available for ₹100” to participate in protests. This statement angered CISF personnel Kulwinder Kaur, who subsequently slapped the actress-politician at Chandigarh airport. Kaur was suspended following the incident, and an FIR was registered against her.

Kangana Ranaut and Chirag Paswan had shared the screen in the Bollywood film “Miley Naa Miley Hum,” which marked Paswan’s debut in the entertainment industry. However, after the film failed at the box office, Paswan quit films and entered politics. Meanwhile, Kangana went on to deliver several hits and blockbusters, becoming a star. She will next be seen in her self-directed film “Emergency.”

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