'Dear Justin, we don’t live in an ideal world': Kangana Ranaut questions Canadian PM Trudeau's free speech remark

‘Dear Justin, we don’t live in an ideal world’: Kangana Ranaut questions Canadian PM Trudeau’s free speech remark

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, November 1

Kangana Ranaut has known as out Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau’s remarks on the boundaries of free speech.

His assertion comes after the latest beheading of a instructor in France, who confirmed his college students cartoons of Prophet Mohammed.

While speaking to reporters on Friday, Trudeau defended free speech, however added, that it was “not without limits”.

“We will at all times defend freedom of expression,” Trudeau answered to a query about the appropriate to point out a caricature of the Prophet Mohammed, as France’s Charlie Hebdo journal did.

“But freedom of expression is not without limits,” he added.

“We owe it to ourselves to act with respect for others and to seek not to arbitrarily or unnecessarily injure those with whom we are sharing a society and a planet.”

Kangana retweeted the information article with Trudeau’s feedback to submit her response.

“Dear Justin,we don’t live in an ideal world,people mustn’t but everyday they are breaking signal,doing drugs,molesting others,hurting sentiments.If every petty crime’s punishment is beheading each other then why we need a Prime Minister or any law n order?” she tweeted.

She additional posted on Twitter, “Anybody makes cartoons on Ram, Krishan, Maa Durga or any God for that matter Allah, Christ, must be punished if they do it at work place or social media suspend them, if they disrespect openly send them to jail for 6 months, that’s all, people have a right to be atheist. I can choose not to believe in your God, that’s fine, it’s not a crime, I can express how I don’t agree with your religion, yes !! that’s freedom of expression, learn to live with my voice, you have learnt to slit my throat cause you have no answers to my questions, ask yourself.”

Minutes later, the actor posted the tweet once more searching for a response from the Canadian prime minister.