Soon after, India Today Deputy Editor, Kamlesh Sutar, took to Twitter to debunk Ranaut’s claims, following which the latter threatened him with legal consequences.
He pointed out that Ranaut’s Assembly constituency is Bandra West (Vandre West) and that, both in 2019 and 2014, it had a BJP candidate.
In a series of now deleted tweets, Ranaut hit back and said that she was referring to the Lok Sabha elections and not the Assembly elections. However, this claim too doesn’t add up.
Further, Mumbai Press Club has taken cognisance of Ranaut’s threat and condemned her actions.
We accessed Ranaut’s voter information, available on the Election Commission’s website, and found out that her Parliamentary constituency is Mumbai North-Central and her Assembly Constituency is Vandre West.
We then checked the details of the 2009, 2014 and 2019 Assembly and Lok…