Kangana Ranaut reacts after IT raids at Taapsee Pannu, Anurag Kashyap residences: Once a thief, always a thief
The Income Tax Department raided properties of actress Taapsee Pannu, Anurag Kashyap and others as they began to probe alleged 'tax evasion' matter against them. Now, Kangana Ranaut has expressed her thoughts in a series of tweets on the matter.
Over the past few days, Taapsee Pannu, Anurag Kashyap and others have come under the scanner of the Income Tax Department as raids were conducted at their properties in Mumbai over an alleged 'tax evasion' issue. Now, as the IT department has reportedly discovered discrepancies, Kangana Ranaut has reacted to the raids by them at the actress and filmmaker's properties. The actress shared her thoughts along with the press release of the CBDT on Twitter in a series of tweets.
Taking to her Twitter account, Kangana shared a press release without taking any names in her own tweets. However, she mentioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi's name in one of her tweets. She wrote in Hindi, "Once a thief, always a post. Those who want to sell their motherland and cut it into pieces are traitors. The people supporting such traitors are also thieves as they are relatives of the thieves. And the person whom thieves are afraid of is not an ordinary man, but Narendra Modi."
In another tweet, Kangana went onto question the 'black money' and the alleged huge transactions discovered by the IT officers. She wrote, "They are not just #TaxChor huge transactions of black money has happened, did they get that money for provoking #Shaheenbagh riots or #republicdayviolence. From where the black money came and where did they send the black money which isn’t accounted for?" The Dhaakad actress also questioned a co-incidence related to the people whose properties were raided in a tweet.
She wrote, "Is it a coincidence that each and every stake holder of Phantom n Kwan has been accused by multiple woman of rape, molestation n harassment. If you don’t respect women,your very moral fibre is wrong, you are a born criminal ,industry killed #MeToo but look one can’t escape karma."
Take a look at Kangana Ranaut's tweets:
Amid the tweets by the actress, the IT officials have also suspected data has been erased from Taapsee's phone. Further, the statement from officials of the IT department added that the shareholders of the production house are under scanner for an alleged tax evasion of Rs 650 Crores. Reportedly, as per the same statement, the Manmarziyaan actress reportedly accepted a payment of Rs 5 Crores in cash, details of which were recorded on March 3.