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Kangana calls Maharashtra Govt. ‘Mahavinashkari’, drags Aamir Khan in passport controversy


Looks like Kangana Ranaut has found herself in middle of a new problem with Maharashtra government. Kangana recently took to her instagram page and called Maharashtra government ‘Mahavinashkari’ as local passport authority in Mumbai, refused to renew her passport. According to the authorities Kangana’s passport has been denied for renewal by the authorities on the grounds of the FIR filed against her at the Bandra police station on the charges of sedition.

However it’s not just the Maharashtra government Kangana criticized, she has also dragged Aamir Khan in this controversy saying that when actor Aamir Khan had offended the BJP government in the past, no action was taken against him but she’s being allegedly harassed by the state government now.

She wrote, “The Mahavinashkari government has started my indirect harassment again, my request for passport renewal has been rejected because a roadside romeo called Munawar Ali Sayed filed a sedition case on me by the way the case was almost dismissed by the court yet court rejected my request for passport and the reason given is ‘my request is vague’.”

Kangana recently approached the Bombay High Court to renew her passport, which is scheduled to expire in September. Post this court gave her the date of 25th June for the hearing of the case. But the actress sought an urgent hearing for it as she needs to travel for the shooting of her upcoming film. Now, according to reports, the Bombay High Court refused an urgent hearing of Kangana’s plea and called her application ‘vague’, which also didn’t include the authorities as a party. As published in one of the news portals, the court has said that ‘It is just a film. The schedule can be changed. She should have been more vigilant. If there was urgency, she would have approached you with all the details. Your application is vague. It is just a matter of one week; a film production takes over a year. June 25 is the earliest date we can give.’