Kangana Ranaut’s sister Rangoli Chandel’s Twitter account was suspended recently taking to a questionable tweet. In her tweet, Rangoli wrote that the doctors and medical workers are being assaulted and murdered whereas testing individuals for the novel coronavirus. She at that point directed the tweet towards a religious group and inquired for ‘secular media’ and ‘mullahs’ to be ‘made to stand in a line and shot dead’.
The suspended tweet read, “A Jamati died of Corona when police and doctors went to check their families they were attacked and killed, secular media, make these mullahs + secular media stand in a line and shoot them dead…f****k the history they may call us nazis who cares, life is more imp than fake image ” After this tweet, the rage of anger and controversies started among netizens.
Filmmaker Reema Kagti and actress Kubbra Sait moreover took to Twitter to censure Rangoli for her post and labelled Mumbai Police to take action against her. Reema Kagti wrote, “@MumbaiPolice. Could you please look into this and take action? Isn’t this spreading fake news AND inciting hatred & violence against certain people?” Chandel works as the manager of her sister, actress Kangana Ranaut. A few Twitter users reported the tweet as despise discourse and requested that Chandel’s confirmed account to be suspended.
Chandel lashed out at the suspension saying: “Twitter is an American platform absolutely biased and anti-India, you can make fun of Hindu Gods call Prime Minister and Home Minister terrorists but if you say anything about people pelting stones on health workers and Police forces they suspend your account, I have no desire of empowering any such platforms with my perspective and honest opinions, so I am not reviving my account, I was my sister’s spokesperson now watch out for her direct interviews, she is a huge star she has many ways of reaching out, a biased platform can be easily avoided.”
Chandel had recently tweeted a post in favour of
dictatorship, suggesting that the 2024 Lok Sabha election should be cancelled
to save money and enable Narendra Modi to continue as Prime Minister.