Newly-elected BJP MP from Mandi, Kangana Ranaut made headlines on Thursday after allegedly getting slapped by a CISF constable at Chandigarh airport. The incident happened when she was on her way to Delhi. She was headed to the capital city to attend her first Parliament session after her debut win at the Lok Sabha Elections 2024. 

On Friday morning, in a now-deleted post, Kangana Ranaut took to her Instagram stories and took a dig at the film industry for not condemning the attack.  “Dear film industry you all are either celebrating or are totally mum on the airport attack on me remember if tomorrow if you walking disarmingly on some street of your country or anywhere else in the world and some Israeli /Palestinian hits you or your children just because you tried to bring eyes to Rafah or stood up for Israeli hostage… then you will see I will be fighting for your rights of free speech, if someday you wonder why I am where I am remember you are not me…”

Hours after the incident, Kangana Ranaut took to her social media handle to share a video narrating her side of the story. “I am safe,” she said in the video posted on her Twitter and Instagram handle. 

“I am safe. I am perfectly fine. The incident that happened at Chandigarh airport happened during the security check. After I stepped out after the security check, the CISF constable who was in the other cabin, hit me on the face from the side. She also abused me. When I asked her why she did it, she said that she supports the farmers protest”.

“I am safe but my concern is how do we handle the rising violence and terrorism in Punjab,” she added. 

According to the sources, an inquiry committee comprising senior CISF officers has been set up to conduct a further investigation.

Meanwhile, Ranaut has arrived at Delhi airport ahead of the meeting of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) scheduled tomorrow in Parliament`s central hall.

Kangana Ranaut defeated Congress candidate Vikramaditya Singh from Himachal Pradesh`s Mandi by a margin of 74,755 votes.

She garnered 5,37,022 votes while Singh got 4,62,267 votes, according to the latest data from the Election Commission of India.

The Mandi constituency holds symbolic significance for the Congress, as it is considered a bastion of the Virbhadra family. The seat was being held by Pratibha Devi Singh, the late leader`s widow.

As per the results announced by the Election Commission of India on Tuesday, the BJP won 240 seats and along with its allies, it stands at 293 seats. Chandrababu Naidu`s TDP and Nitish Kumar`s JDU, having won 16 and 12 seats respectively in their respective states, have extended support to the NDA.

The INDIA bloc has 234 MPs in the new parliament with the Congress having won 99 seats. 

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