Kangana Ranaut Slams Twitter For Removing Few Tweets On Farmers’ Protest; Says ‘Your Time Is Up, Time To Shift'

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Earlier, some tweets of the actor Kangana Ranaut on the farmers’ protest were taken down by Twitter after they violated some rules of the micro-blogging site. Some tweets were unavailable along with a statement that read, ‘This Tweet is no longer available because it violated the Twitter Rules.’ In one of the tweets, the Panga actor even called the farmer protesters 'terrorists' and said they were trying to divide India. Furthermore, the official handle of Twitter Safety released a tweet saying they ‘have withheld some of the accounts identified in the blocking orders under our Country Withheld Content policy within India only.’

Reacting on the same, Kangana took to her account and slammed the social media platform. She even questions them and calls a bunch of druggies. “Tumko banaya kisne hai Chief Justice? At times you also gang up, then become a bully headmaster? Some times even the unelected member of the parliament. That’s not all at times you even pretend to be Prime Minister. Who are you? Bunch of druggies trying to control us @jack,” she wrote quoting a tweet from the official handle of Twitter which read, “However, we have not taken any action on accounts that consist of news media entities, journalists, activists, and politicians. We will continue to advocate for the right of free expression on behalf of the people we serve and are exploring options under Indian law.”

Followed by the previous tweet, she added one more saying, “Your time is up @Twitter time to shift to #kooapp will inform everyone soon about my account details there. Absolutely thrilled to experience homegrown #kooapp.”

Work-wise, Kangana Ranaut will be next seen in Thalaivi, Tejas and Dhaakad. ALSO READ: Kangana Ranaut Bashes Trolls Slamming Her For Comparison With Academy-Winner Meryl Streep; ‘How Many National Or Padma Awards Meryl Streep Has?’

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