After Kangana, it's her sister Rangoli Chandel who started slamming Alia Bhatt and her mother Soni Razdan for their British Citizenship and abusing people from India. In recent times, Rangoli shared a post on her Twitter web page wherein the mother of Alia Bhatt was slammed for deceiving about Junaid to pontificate to Indians regarding their vote.
Rangoli retweets the article and wrote 'These non-Indians who are living off this land, using and abusing its people and its resources, lying about intolerance and spreading hatred, time to think about their agenda and not to get carried away with their provocations.'
In the current elections season, Alia Bhatt can't vote in the Loksabha Elections. At the time of the movie promotions of Kalank, Alia Bhatt was asked if she is voting or not. To that question, Alia said, 'I can't vote'. When she was asked about the reason then, she said 'Passport'.
There is no Indian passport for Alia Bhatt. As she and her mother are British Citizens, she doesn't have the right to vote in India. In order to gain the opportunity to vote in India then, she must give up her citizenship as British folk. As per the Indian rules and regulations, no person can have passports from two different countries.
The recent tweet by Soni Razdan regarding Junaid Khan received trolls from the people on social media. Besides this, she confronted the fire from the sister of Kangana Ranaut - Rangoli Chandel. People who are not aware of the previous war between the celebs, Soni posted a picture of Junaid Khan, a boy who died on a train near Ballabhgarh in the state of Haryana in the month of June 2017.
To her post, she wrote 'I am Junaid Khan, a Muslim boy, age 15. I was killed by a mob on a train for being a Muslim. Remember me when you vote.' The people and the sister of Kangana slammed her for scattering ‘fake news’ on the internet. Some others started opposing her and pointed out the issues of Hindus being killed in savagery across the nation. However, the court clearly understood the situation that it was actually a quarrel for the seat and not at the point of religion.