Just like Kangana Ranaut, her sister Rangoli Chandel too wears her thoughts on her sleeves. She is very active on social media and often faces the wrath of netizens for being absolutely blunt without mincing any words. From politics, films to nepotism in Bollywood, Rangoli has an opinion on everything. Often she even makes use of harsh language to put her point forth and that calls for controversy. However, her recent tweet has got her in trouble as her Twitter account has been suspended.
Designer and Sussanne Khan's sister Farah Khan Ali had reported her account over one of her tweets in which Rangoli supposedly compared herself to Nazis. Following this, Twitter has suspended Rangoli's account. Farah took to share about this and wrote, "Thank you @Twitter @TwitterIndia @jack for suspending this account. I reported this because she targeted a specific community and called for them to be shot along with liberal media and compared herself to the Nazis."
Earlier, Farah had retweeted Rangoli's tweet and written, "An FIR should be registered against her for this tweet. Shocking beyond belief. " Farah had also asked Police to arrest Rangoli for spreading hatred. She had tweeted, "Arrest this woman immediately for spreading vicious hatred and calling for killings of A community @MumbaiPolice. Do also block this account @Twitter @TwitterIndia @jack for spreading religious hatred and fascism."
We wonder what will be Rangoli's next step to revive her Twitter account. Whether she'll delete the problematic tweets or not, we'll see. But one thing we for sure know is that she won't stay calm. (Also Read: Sussanne Khan’s Sister Farah Khan Ali Gets Everyone At Home Tested For COVID-19 After In-House Staff Member Tests Positive)
On similar lines, recently, wrestler Babita Phogat's Twitter account was deleted for a tweet on Nizamuddin meet in Delhi. She was accused of communalising the event. She had to delete the tweet in order to active her Twitter account again.
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