Kangana Ranaut has once again trained her guns at Diljit Dosanjh. Amid the crackdown on radical Sikh preacher and Waris Punjab De chief Amritpal Singh by Punjab Police, Kangana posted a warning for actor-singer Diljit as well. She told him ‘pols aagai pols’, borrowing the phrase from a popular meme circulating on social media these days.
Kangana shared a post on Twitter and Instagram Stories, first posted by Swiggy India. It showed a variety of pulses with ‘pulse aagai pulse’ written on it. She tagged Diljit in her tweet and wrote ‘just saying’. She added a Khalistan sticker on Instagram Stories, with the word crossed out. She added, “Diljit Dosanjh ji pols aagai pols.”
In another, she wrote, “All those who supported Khalistanis remember next number tumhara hai, pols aa chuki hai, yeh woh waqt nahi hai jab koi bhi kuch bhi karta tha, desh ke saath gaddari ya tukde karne ki koshish ab mehengi padegi (Remember next up in you. The police is here. One cannot do whatever they wish to anymore. Betraying the country or wanting to destroy it will cost you big time).”
Kangana’s posts come after Punjab Police on Saturday launched an operation against Amritpal Singh and his aides. The police said that a total of 114 arrests have been made in the case so far, and there is a strong suspicion of ISI angle and foreign funding.
In 2020, Ludhiana Congress MP Ravneet Singh Bittu has accused Diljit of supporting the Khalistanis. “I am an Indian taxpayer who has always stood shoulder-to-shoulder with the country and Punjab in time of need,” Diljit had replied.
Meanwhile, Kangana has previously feuded with Diljit on social media in 2020. It began with him referring to a tweet posted by her in which she wrongly identified an old woman at the ongoing farmers’ protest as Bilkis, the face of the Shaheen Bagh protest. He also reacted to Kangana’s comments about him–how she asked him to say that he is ‘not a Khalistani’ but he did not say it. Diljit called it all a ‘drama’.
“They sit on TV and call themselves patriots. They talk like the whole country is just for them. Punjabis have given their lives for the country whenever the need has risen. God forbid if there is a need for it today, we will do it again. And these Punjabis prick your side so much,” he wrote in a tweet in Punjabi. In an interview with Republic TV’s Arnab Goswami, Kangana had said, “I openly challenged him to say just once that you are not a Khalistani, he didn’t say it. Youth have been misled, they have been presented with a dream about Khalistan.”