‘Meri Maa Baithi Thi Wahan Pe’: CISF Staffer Suspended After Slapping Kangana Ranaut Over ‘₹100 Tweet’ About Farmers’ Protest (VIDEO).

According to the latest information, the CISF has suspended the woman constable and filed a complaint at the local police station to register an FIR against her.

After allegedly slapping actress and newly elected MP from Himachal Pradesh’s Mandi, Kangana Ranaut, at Chandigarh airport on Thursday, a CISF woman constable expressed her anger, stating that she was hurt by Ranaut’s comments against the protesting farmers, in which her mother had also participated.

In a video now circulating on social media, the CISF constable can be heard saying in Hindi: “Isne byan diya tha na 100-100 Rs ke liye baith ti hai waha pe, meri maa baithi thi” (“She had said that people were sitting there for ₹100, my mother was sitting there”).

Watch the video here:

According to the most recent update, the CISF has suspended the female constable and filed a complaint at the local police station to initiate an FIR.

DSP Mohali KS Sandhu, in a statement to the media, mentioned, “The CISF Commandant has contacted me. I am heading to the airport for an investigation. I will keep you informed of any developments.”

Ranaut was reportedly slapped by a female CISF official at Chandigarh airport on Thursday afternoon. According to ANI, a committee comprising senior CISF officers has been formed to conduct an inquiry.

Following the incident, Ranaut claimed she was struck on the face and verbally abused by a female CISF constable during a security check at Chandigarh airport while en route to Delhi.

In a video statement titled “Shocking increase in terrorism and violence in Punjab” posted on X, she assured her safety and well-being but expressed worry about the escalating terrorism in Punjab.

Kangana secured her Lok Sabha seat from the Mandi constituency in Himachal Pradesh, defeating her nearest Congress rival by a margin of over 74,000 votes.

In December 2020, Ranaut faced criticism and was asked to apologize for a “derogatory” tweet regarding an elderly woman, implying she could be hired for ₹100 to attend farmers’ protests.

At that time, Manjinder Singh Sirsa, the chief of the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC), demanded an “unconditional apology” from the actor within a week. Following the controversy, Ranaut deleted the tweet.

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