The controversy, which happened during Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders match has raised up again. Once again actor Shah Rukh Khan has landed up in fresh trouble.
Maharashtra State Commission for Child Rights (MSCCR) has asked police to file an FIR against Shah Rukh Khan for using foul language in the presence of children after an IPL match at Wankhede Stadium in 2012.
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The commission has also ordered an enquiry for not registering FIR for this matter till now. According to the commission, even after a FIR was registered through a formal complaint along with a physical proof, no action was taken.
On May 16, 2012 Shah Rukh Khan had got into a fight with a security guard at the Wankhede stadium during the end of the match. The actor had an ugly spat with security guard and had also used abusive language in front of children.
Following the incident, the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) had imposed a five-year ban on Shah Rukh, by warning him from entering the Wankhede Stadium.
The ban was revoked last year upon the firmness of IPL Chairman Ranjib Biswal.
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