Payal Rohatgi has a knack for making headlines. She is the lady version of Kamal R Khan. The actress only has objectionable words towards a community or a person. She loves staying in controversy, no matter whatever price she has to pay for it. Now, as per the latest report, an FIR has been registered against Payal Rathogi in Pune.
The actress is very active on social media. She never holds back in keeping her opinion there. Her videos almost always receive backlash from the netizens. Many times the tag ‘Ban Payal Rathogi’ also trends on social media. However, things have gone to the next level. In recent years, the actress has been outspoken in her support for the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In the midst of it all, she’s going too far and spreading poison by attacking the Nehru-Gandhi family personally. And, yes, it has landed her in hot water.
Payal Rohatgi In Trouble
Payal has been charged with making a disparaging video about the Nehru-Gandhi family. The Pune City Congress Committee has filed a report with the Shivaji Nagar police station in Pune.
“Payal Rohatgi has regularly made disrespectful comments regarding the Nehru Gandhi family. We came to found one such post, which appears to have been published recently. Following that, senior police officers from the cybercrime cell met with members of the Pune City Congress committee, including Ramesh Bagwe, Mohan Joshi, Datta Bahirat, Sangeeta Tiwari, and myself,” Ramesh Iyer (Pune City Congress spokesperson) remarked. Sangeet Tiwari filed a formal complaint in the case. According to a report, the police have taken action and a case has been filed at Shivaji Nagar police station.
Payal Rohatgi has been charged with violating sections 153A and other parts of the Indian Penal Code.
The actress made news last year when she was held by police in Rajasthan. She got into difficulty because of a social media video in which she allegedly made disparaging remarks about former Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, his father Motilal Nehru, and the entire Nehru family. According to ANI, Payal was charged under sections 66 and 67 of the IT Act by Charmesh Sharma, a Youth Congress official, but she was later given bail by a municipal court in Bundi, Rajasthan.