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“Earlier our country was slave of the British, Mughals and Italian government” : Kangana Ranaut

"Our country was in its worst phase during the Congress rule. It could not get worse," she said and added now was our time for "Swaraj" and "Swadharm."

The ‘Queen’ of Bollywood Kangana Ranaut was in her typical best yet again. She spoke to the media in her unapologetic yet candid style soon after casting her vote in Mumbai today. While launching a scathing attack on the previous Congress governments, she urged the people to exercise their vote rights. She asserted that voting is once in a five-year opportunity and should be utilized.

In a veiled onslaught, she referred to the previous Congress government as the “Italian government” and said it is now that the country is independent in true sense. “I think India is getting its independence now in the true sense of the word because earlier we were slaves of either the British, the Mughals or the Italian government. Please use your right of self-governance here today (at the polling booth). Jai Hind.”

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Taking a dig at the politicians, she further added that earlier we were slaves because our politicians used to chill abroad while the country continued to suffer from issues like poverty, pollution, etc.

She was her fiery self and did not mince any words to point out that the country was in its worse phase during the tenure of the Congress government. “Our country was in its worst phase during the Congress rule. It could not get worse,” she said and added now was our time for “Swaraj” and “Swadharm.

Kangana is known for speaking out her heart. Her straightforwardness often makes her a soft target of her own ‘film’ fraternity.

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