CISF Officer Kulwinder Kaur, Who ‘Slapped’ Kangana, Transferred To Bengaluru

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CISF Officer Kulwinder Kaur, Who ‘Slapped’ Kangana, Transferred To Bengaluru

| Updated: July 3, 2024 15:49

Kulwinder Kaur, a CISF personnel, who had slapped Lok Sabha MP Kangana Ranaut at Chandigarh Airport, has been transferred to Bengaluru. However, she is still suspended following the incident, and a departmental inquiry is still underway.

Earlier, Kangana Ranaut was allegedly slapped by a woman Central Industrial Security Force constable at the Chandigarh airport. Subsequently, pictures and videos of Constable Kulwinder Kaur and the ensuing events went viral on social media.

In one video, Kaur was seen shouting “my mother was there,” at the airport, referring to the actor-turned-politician Ranaut’s remarks in which she said that women were paid Rs 100 each to sit on Delhi borders during the farmers’ protest. 

Passengers at the airport captured a video of the Mandi MP being led to the security checkpoint where the incident took place. However, as she arrives at the area, an argument breaks out, and she is then escorted away. The alleged hit does not appear in the video.

According to sources, Kulwinder Kaur joined the CISF in 2009, and has been posted at the Chandigarh airport with the force’s aviation security section since 2021. The 35-year-old is from Punjab’s Sultanpur Lodhi. For the last two years, she has been stationed at the Chandigarh Airport. Her husband is also a personnel with the CISF.

Sher Singh, her brother, is the Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee’s organisational secretary and a leader among farmers.

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