Now Punjabi star Diljit Dosanjh attacks Kangana, no one should be so blind

Actress Kangana Ranaut has deleted the tweet describing an elderly woman as Shaheen Bagh's grandfather, but the controversy has not stopped. Now Punjabi star Diljit Dosanjh has attacked Kangana Ranaut saying that no one should be so blind that anyone can say anything. Actually, the elderly woman who was tweeted by Kangana while describing Shaheen Bagh's grandmother is Mahinder Kaur of Bathinda, Punjab. Diljit Dosanjh has attacked Kangana while sharing the video of conversation with Mahinder Kaur on behalf of BBC.

Diljit has written, 'Listen to Kangana Ranaut with proof. Do whatever you want to do politics. But learn the tameez before saying anything to our mothers. The man should not be so blind as to say anything. Diljit's comment on Manikarnika's actress has also been supported by many other Punjabi stars. Punjabi singers Jazzy B and Ammy Virk have also commented on Diljit's post.

Explain that all the stars of Punjabi industry including Diljit Dosanjh are supporting the farmers' movement against the three new agricultural laws. Earlier, Himanshi Khurana also had a fierce attack on Kangana. Even on the social media, the war of words between the two increased so much that Kangana Ranaut blocked Himanshi Khurana on Twitter. Despite being blocked on behalf of Kangana, Himanshi wrote tightly on Instagram, doing kata block.

Please tell that Kangana is also facing legal difficulties due to her tweet. A lawyer from Punjab has sent a legal notice to Mahinder Kaur calling her Shaheen Bagh's grandmother. Lawyer Harkam Singh has stated in his legal notice that Kangana Ranaut should confirm the information before sharing anything on social media. She has apologized to the actress on the tweet. 

Kangana Ranaut in a tweet also accused the infiltration of traitor elements in the farmers' movement. He was also severely criticized. Punjabi star Ammy Virk had said on her tweet that according to you, the government should take protection, but should not ask for its rights.