After Kangana Ranaut, Ravi Kishan gets Y+ security; says, “My voice will always resonate in the Parliment”

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Kangana Ranaut had been making headlines ahead of her Mumbai visit because she was provided with Y+ security and after the actress now, actor-politician Ravi Kishan has also been provided with Y+ security because of his recent speech about the drug nexus in Bollywood, due to which she has been receiving all kinds of threats.

Ravi took to his Twitter handle and thanked UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath for providing him with security, he wrote, “आदरणीय श्रद्धेय @myogiadityanath महाराज जी । पूजनीय महाराज जी , मेरी सुरक्षा को देखते हुए आपने जो y+ सुरक्षा मुझे उपलब्ध करवाई है इसके लिए मैं , मेरा परिवार तथा मेरे लोक-सभा क्षेत्र की जनता आपकी ऋणी हैं तथा आपका धन्यवाद् करती है मेरी आवाज़ हमेशा सदन मे गूंजती रहेगी 🙏” (Respected CM Yogi Adityanath ji. Keeping my safety in mind, you have accorded me Y-plus security cover. Me, my family and the people of my Lok Sabha constituency are indebted to you and Thank You. My voice will always resonate in the Parliament.)

Talking about the threats Kishan had earlier said, “I’ll speak at the right time. I’ve raised my voice for youths & future of film industry. I didn’t think about my life. Desh ke bhavishya ke liye 2-5 goli bhi kha lenge, to koi chinta nahi hai (Will even take a bullet or two for the country. I don’t worry about it).”

Ravi Kishan had also had a clash with Jaya Bachchan who indirectly took a dig at him for defaming the industry and she said people in the industry are “biting the hand that feeds”. While speaking to ANI, Ravi had replied to Bachchan saying, “There is a conspiracy to finish our film industry by hollowing it out. As a responsible member of film industry, it is not just my right but my duty to raise it in Parliament and Jaya-ji should respect that. I am just a son of a priest who crawled his way up and has worked in 600 films.”

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