You will remember that recently, Bollywood’s well-known actress Kangana Ranaut, who was awarded the Padma Shri, said last week that India did not get freedom in 1947, but ‘begging’, India has got the real freedom that year. In 2014, when Narendra Modi’s government came to power. After which people everywhere started speaking against Kangana Ranaut and called her good and bad. Now Kangana Ranaut has targeted Mahatma Gandhi by posting one after the other on ‘Instagram’ and said ‘choose your heroes wisely’.
Kangana has shared an old clipping of a newspaper and in the caption it is written that – Gandhi agreed to hand over the other Netaji. The news claimed that Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and Mohammad Ali Jinnah had agreed with a British judge that they would hand over Bose if he entered the country. Ranaut wrote with the newspaper clipping, “Either you are a fan of Gandhi or a supporter of Netaji. You two can’t be together… choose and decide.”
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In another post, Kangana has written claiming that – Those who fought for freedom were handed over to their masters by people who did not have the courage to fight their oppressors or whose blood did not boil but were cunning and cunning. Power was greedy.
After this, Kangana targeted Mahatma Gandhi and even claimed that there is evidence that he wanted Bhagat Singh to be hanged. Kangana said that – these are the same people who taught us, ‘If someone slaps you, put the other cheek forward for another slap’ and in this way you will get freedom. In this way no one gets freedom, in this way one can get alms. Choose your heroes wisely. It is time for people to know about your history and your heroes. It is not enough to just keep all of them in a groove of your memory and wish them all a happy birthday every year, it is not only foolish, but highly irresponsible and superficial, he said.
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