Kangana Ranaut News / This Bollywood singer is ready to give a job to the CISF jawan who slapped Kangana Ranaut

Vikrant Shekhawat : Jun 08, 2024, 07:00 AM
Kangana Ranaut News: Actress-turned-politician Kangana Ranaut was slapped by a CISF woman jawan at Chandigarh airport on Thursday. Shortly after this, she also issued a statement on the incident on the same day, in which she said that she is safe. Meanwhile, famous musician and singer Vishal Dadlani has now reacted to the slap incident through his Instagram stories. In this, he was seen speaking in support of the CISF jawan. He said that if any action is taken against the CISF woman jawan, he wants to 'ensure a job' for her.

Vishal Dadlani ready to give job to CISF jawan

Vishal Dadlani shared a video report of the incident in his Instagram stories and wrote in the caption, 'I never support violence, but I fully understand the need for anger of this CISF personnel. If any action is taken against her by CISF, I will ensure that a job is waiting for her if she wants to accept it. Jai Hind. Jai Jawan. Jai Kisan.'


Asked to contact

After the report of Kulwinder Kaur's suspension surfaced, Vishal shared a new set of Instagram stories, in which he wrote, 'People from Dungana's side, what would you have done if he had said that your mother is 'available for Rs 100'?' In a separate story, he also wrote, 'Again if Kulwinder Kaur is removed from duty, someone get her in touch with me and I will ensure that she gets a lucrative job.' Apart from this, in a third story, he wrote, 'And Kangana Ranaut was asked to leave her phone for scanning, she did not agree to it. Now she is an MP and this is how the controversy started.


Case registered against Kulwinder Kaur

The CISF constable has been identified as Kulwinder Kaur. A case has been registered against Kulwinder Kaur. It is being told that now the CISF jawan is apologizing. Let us tell you, BJP candidate Kangana Ranaut was elected to the Lok Sabha from Mandi in Himachal Pradesh. He defeated Vikramaditya Singh of the Congress by a margin of over 74,000 votes.

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