CISF Constable’s Brother Supports Her After Incident with Kangana Ranaut

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CISF Constable’s Brother Supports Her After Incident with Kangana Ranaut

| Updated: June 7, 2024 21:06

Sher Singh Mahival, the brother of Kulwinder Kaur, a Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) woman constable who slapped actress-turned-politician Kangana Ranaut, has publicly expressed his support for his sister. Mahival, who is also a farmer leader, learned about the incident through the media and has since spoken out in defense of his sister.

Mahival explained that the incident occurred during the checking of Kangana’s mobile and purse. He suggested that his sister became emotionally angry after an argument, leading to the incident. A video of Mahival’s comments on the incident has surfaced on social media, where he was heard saying, “Both soldiers and farmers are important and fulfill their duties in every way. We fully support her in this matter.”

The incident took place when Kangana, the newly elected Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP from Mandi, was at the airport to catch a flight to attend the NDA leaders meeting in Delhi on June 7. During the security check, she was allegedly slapped by constable Kulwinder Kaur.

Following the incident, the police filed an FIR against the constable, who has also been suspended from her job. The CISF has launched a probe into the matter.

Kangana claimed that the constable hit her in the face and also abused her. She expressed her shock at the rise in terror and violence in Punjab in a post on social media.

Kulwinder Kaur, who comes from a farmer’s family, said that her mother was also among the protesting farmers. She was angered by Kangana’s statement that farmers were protesting in Delhi because they were paid ₹100 or ₹200.

Kaur joined the CISF in 2009, and her husband is also posted at Chandigarh airport.

In response to the incident, Jagjit Singh Dallewal, the leader of SKM (Non-Political), announced that an “Insaaf march” to Mohali, the senior superintendent of police’s office, will be taken out on June 9 to demand that no injustice be done in this case with the constable.

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