Actor Kangana Ranaut has released a new video addressing Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray for his statements in which he indirectly targetted the actor and said that ‘ganja fields are in your state’.Also Read - Kangana Ranaut Responds to Uddhav Thackeray's 'Ganja' Statement: Open Bullying by a Working CM

In the video shared on Monday, the actor said that a working CM should not have stooped down to the level of demeaning a state just because he is upset with a woman. She said that Thackeray should remember that he is just a ‘government servant’ and the citizens of Maharashtra ‘do not resonate’ with him. “I have been called names by the members of the Sonia Sena. Honourable CM of Maharashtra, let me tell you that by using such defamatory language for me and my state, you have shown the entire Maharashtra in a bad light. All this because you are upset with a woman who’s of your son’s age,” said Kangana in the video. The actor simply wrote ‘Message for Maharashtra government…’ while sharing the video on Twitter. Also Read - Uddhav Thackeray to Kangana Ranaut in SSR Case: Ganja Fields Are in Your State

On Sunday, while speaking at the Dussehra rally, the CM targetted those who ‘call Mumbai PoK’ and who ‘cry for justice’ to realise that ‘ganja fields are in your state, not in our Maharashtra.’ He objected to the picture being painted by Kangana without taking her name and said, “Mumbai is PoK, there are drug addicts everywhere – they are painting such a picture. They don’t know in our house we grow tulsi, not ganja. Ganja fields are in your state, you know where, not in our Maharashtra.”

Earlier, the actor responded to the CM’s statements in a series of tweets. Sharing the news reported by on Twitter, Kangana called Thackeray the ‘biggest product of nepotism.’ She wrote, “Raut called me Haramkhor now Uddhav called me namak haram, he is claiming I won’t get food in my state if Mumbai does not give me shelter, shame on you I am your son’s age this is how you speak to a self made single woman, Chief Minister you are the worse product of nepotism.” (sic)