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“FIR is like a witch-hunt,” Mini Mathur comes out in support of Kanika Kapoor – Times of India




Kanika Kapoor introduced on Friday that she has examined optimistic for the novel Coronavirus. An FIR was filed in opposition to the ‘Baby Doll’ singer in Lucknow for negligence and he or she confronted a lot of flak on social media too. Extending support to Kanika, Mini Mathur shared on Twitter, “I don’t know @TheKanikakapoor personally. But why would anyone put her kids & parents to risk KNOWINGLY? Do I think she was irresponsible & ill informed? YES. Is she criminal & Immoral? NO. The FIR is like a witch-hunt! Be compassionate. She is ill.”

Earlier, Sonam Kapoor had shut down trolls on social media by stating that Kanika returned to India on March 9, when India was not self-isolating however enjoying Holi.

In an interacting with ETimes, Kanika had stated, “There are these silly rumours that I hid in the washroom to skip screening. Tell me, how is it possible for a person to skip screening at immigration while coming on an international flight? I was properly screened at the Mumbai airport and I stayed in the city for a day. But since everything was closed and no work was happening (because of the industry lockdown due to the coronavirus spread), my parents suggested I come home. So I reached Lucknow on March 11 by the morning flight. And one can check, that at that time there was no advisory issued by the government on anyone travelling from abroad to be under self-quarantine. So how can one expect me to do it, especially when I had been screened and had no health issues till I left Mumbai? In fact, I developed the symptoms only four days ago.”

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