A day after income tax officials disclosed that some discrepancies and manipulations were found during their raids on properties of filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, actor Taapsee Pannu and others linked with now-dissolved Phantom Films, Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut pointed out that many of these names were linked with 'Me Too' movement earlier. "Is it a coincidence that each and every stakeholder of Phantom n Kwan has been accused by multiple women of rape, molestation n harassment?" the actor tweeted on Friday.The actress shared her thoughts along with the press release of the CBDT on Twitter in a series of tweets. Taking to her Twitter account, Kangana shared a press release without taking any names in her own tweets. However, she mentioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi's name in one of her tweets. She wrote in Hindi, "Once a thief, always a post. Those who want to sell their motherland and cut it into pieces are traitors. The people supporting such traitors are also thieves as they are relatives of the thieves. And the person whom thieves are afraid of is not an ordinary man, but Narendra Modi."
They are not just #TaxChor huge transactions of black money has happened, did they get that money for provoking #Shaheenbagh riots or #republicdayviolence ...— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) March 4, 2021
From where the black money came and where did they send the black money which isn’t accounted for ? https://t.co/XSUhBQYpKA
Every minute the numbers are rising, this is only the money they found clues for, one can only imagine what could be the actual numbers of money laundering,have been exposing terrorism racket of tukde gang in the under belly of Bullydawood, these are terrorists not just #TaxChorhttps://t.co/y4cOAMj00e— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) March 4, 2021
Is it a coincidence that each and every stake holder of Phantom n Kwan has been accused by multiple woman of rape, molestation n harassment. If you don’t respect women,your very moral fibre is wrong, you are a born criminal ,industry killed #MeToo but look one can’t escape karma.— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) March 5, 2021
In another tweet, Kangana went onto question the 'black money' and the alleged huge transactions discovered by the IT officers. She wrote, "They are not just #TaxChor huge transactions of black money has happened, did they get that money for provoking #Shaheenbagh riots or #republicdayviolence. From where the black money came and where did they send the black money which isn’t accounted for?" The Dhaakad actress also questioned a co-incidence related to the people whose properties were raided in a tweet. After two-day searches at various properties linked with the production company in Mumbai and Pune, the I-T department on Thursday said it detected financial irregularities of over ₹650 crore. In its findings, however, the names of the Bollywood personalities were not mentioned. It also recovered evidence of cash receipts amounting to ₹5 crore by "the leading actress", the statement said, without naming Taapsee Pannu. "Non-genuine or bogus expenditure" to related concerns by the leading producers and directors having tax implication of about ₹20 crore has been detected, the statement said. A total of seven bank lockers were found and placed under restraint.