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A day after Kangana Ranaut and Diljit Dosanjh entered a war of words on Twitter, the Punjab-based political party, Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), on Friday sent a legal notice to the Bollywood actress.

The SAD has sought an unconditional apology from Ranaut for the “derogatory tweet calling the aged mother of a farmer as a woman available for Rs 100”.

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Manjinder Singh Sirsa, SAD’s national spokesperson, shared a picture of the notice on Twitter, also writing that the actress must apologise for implying through her tweets that the “farmers’ protests were anti-national”.

Meanwhile, the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee also sent a legal notice to the actress. Advocate Harpreet Singh Hora in his notice claimed that when Ranaut’s premises (in Mumbai) were demolished, she used social media “to gather solidarity” from her fans, stating that the action was an attack on her fundamental rights.

“Similarly, the right to peacefully protest is part of the farmers’ rights under the Constitution of India and she cannot claim a right to demean and insult the farmers,” the notice sent by Hora read.

In what led to a war of words on Twitter on Thursday, Punjabi singer Diljit Dosanjh had shared a video in which Mahinder Kaur, whom Ranaut had wrongly identified as Bilkis Bano, was seen sharing her views on the contentious farm bills that have triggered the ongoing protests.

Ranaut tried to defend her earlier tweets by saying that ‘Shaheen Bagh dadi’ Bilkis Bano was indeed seen protesting for farmer’s rights as well, and that she herself didn’t know Mahinder Kaur.

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