"Anyone who has a problem with the Mumbai police can live in their respective states," says Raj Thackeray’s MNS after Kangana Ranaut's tweet

Recently, Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut took to social media to take a dig at Mumbai police by comparing Mumbai with the Pakistan occupied Kashmir. This created a stir on the cyberspace to which the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena’s cinema wing leader, Ameya Khopkar took to Twitter to pen down a long-warning note for people slamming Maharashtra and the Mumbai police.

Without mentioning any particular names, Khopkar’s tweet written in Marathi read, “Today Mumbai feels safe only and women can travel along even at midnight because of Mumbai police. We will not allow anyone to unjustly crtiticise and defame the police. Mumbai police stand on their feet with courage in different situations.”

“Anyone who has a problem with the police can live in their respective states. You might call this a threat or a warning, but no true Mumbaikar is going to tolerate anything about the Mumbai police.”

Meanwhile, recently in a press conference, the spokesperson of the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) said,” We do not support what Kangana Ranaut is saying about Mumbai, Mumbaikars and Maharashtra” while claiming that some political parties are trying to shift the focus and distract people from the ongoing Sushant Singh Rajput case.