Mumbai police on Wednesday asked entertainer Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel to show up before them on November 23 and 24 separately over their "frightful remarks" via online media pointed toward spreading collective strain.
This is the third time Mumbai police have requested that the entertainer show up before the Bandra police in the issue.
They were prior approached to be available on October 26 and 27 separately however neglected to show up.
They were later approached to show up on November 9 and 10 however didn't do as such.
Kangana had educated police that she was occupied with a wedding in the family and will be accessible after November 15. Mumbai police had given the second notification to Kangana Ranaut and Rangoli Chandel on November 3 and requested them to show up before it on November 9 and 10 separately.
Both the sisters were reserved for purportedly advancing animosity between networks through posts via online media.
Bandra police on October 21 gave a notification to Kangana and her sister to record proclamations for the situation.
Ranaut's legal advisor at that point educated police that she was in Himachal Pradesh and occupied with the wedding arrangements.
The Bandra metropolitan officer's court a month ago arranged police to examine a protest recorded by Bollywood projecting chief and wellness coach Munawwar Ali Sayyed, alluding to the tweets and different proclamations of Ranaut and her sister.
Police recorded a FIR against Ranaut and her sister under IPC segments 153-A (advancing hostility between various gatherings on grounds of religion, race), 295-A (conscious demonstrations harming strict feelings) and 124-A (subversion), 34 (basic goal) and furthermore asked Kangana and her sister to show up before the police.