Twitter suspends Kangana Ranaut’s account after putting controversial tweets on Bengal violence

Kangana Ranaut termed the suspension of her Twitter account as “death of democracy” with hashtags #BengalBurning and #BengalViolence.
Twitter suspends Kangana Ranaut’s account after putting controversial tweets on Bengal violence
Kangana Ranaut

witter has suspended Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut's account after she put out a series of controversial tweets following the alleged violence in West Bengal that claimed 12 lives. The actor demanded President’s rule in West Bengal following the violence but her tweet violated Twitter’s regulations.

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In one of her tweets, the actress said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi must tame West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for the violence. “This is horrible… we need super gundai to kill gundai… she is like an unleased monster, to tame her Modi ji please show your Virat roop from the early 2000’s…,” Ranaut tweeted.

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Many netizens reacted to Twitter suspending the actor's account after her provocative tweet and call for violence in West Bengal. Some were relieved that Twitter suspended her account as they expressed that her tweets were unbearable.

Shortly after her Twitter account was suspended, Ranaut took to her Instagram account to express her distress. She termed the suspension of her Twitter account as “death of democracy” with hashtags #BengalBurning and #BengalViolence.

The actor has been trolled repeatedly for various tweets she has put out. Earlier, netizens trolled Ranaut after she said that people using oxygen cylinders and making oxygen plants should ‘return’ their share back to nature.

“Everybody is building more and more oxygen plants, getting tons and tons of oxygen cylinders, how are we compensating for all the oxygen that we are forcefully drawing from the environment? It seems we learnt nothing from our mistakes and catastrophes they cause #PlantTrees,” Ranaut tweeted.

Meanwhile, according to reports, several clashes took place between the Trinamool Congress and BJP. Both sides have reported casualties from the violence. The Union Ministry of Home Affairs has sought a report from the West Bengal government over reports of post-election violence.

“MHA has asked the West Bengal government for a report on the post-election violence targeting opposition political workers in the state,” it said in a tweet.

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