New Delhi: Controversy queen Kangana Ranaut’s car was stopped in Punjab’s Kiratpur Sahib on Friday by protesters demanding an apology for her outrageous statements against farmers who had been campaigning against the centre’s controversial three farm laws that were finally revoked this week.
An ardent supporter of the ruling BJP, the 34-year-old had thrown her weight behind the laws, frequently name calling the thousands of farmers campaigning out on the borders of Delhi for over a year, ‘terrorists’, ‘Khalistanis’ and ‘anti-social elements’.
On Friday, Kangana was passing through an area in Punjab with her security when her car was stopped by protesters, waving flags and shouting slogans at her.
“I have been surrounded by a mob here. They are abusing me and threatening to kill me,” the actress claimed in a video posted on her Instagram Stories.
“This mob lynching in public. What would happen if I don’t have security with me. The situation here is unbelievable. Am I a politician? What is this behaviour?” Ms Ranaut said.