The complainant has asked the court to issue a process under section 204 of the Code of Criminal Procedure against Kangana and Rangoli.
According to the complaint filed by lawyer Ali Kaashif Deshmukh in April 2020, "the tweets, made by the sisters allegedly demonstrate hate against the Muslim community". In the complaint, it has been alleged that Rangol posted a tweet against Muslims in April 2020, following which her account was suspended. Deshmukh alleged that Ranaut then posted a video supporting her elder sister in which she allegedly refers to members of the Jamati Muslim community as "terrorists".
According to a Scroll.in report, in October last year, the magistrate court directed the Amboli Police to launch an inquiry and submit a report by December 5; however, the police failed to meet the deadline. Subsequently, the court issued a fresh date and asked the police to submit the information by January 5, giving them a "final chance." But the police missed the deadline again.
The police sought more time during the last round of hearing on February 5. The complainant sought the court to issue a process under section 204 of the Code of Criminal Procedure against Kangana and Rangoli, which may mark a beginning of a trial.
Ranaut has been at the center of a lot of controversies in the recent past. On February 4, 2021, Twitter deleted two of her Tweets related to the farmers' protest for "violating the company rules".