Rangoli didn’t promote genocide of Muslim: Kangana Ranaut

Twitter suspended the account of Chandel, who is also Ranaut's manager, after she posted the message on April 15.

Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut on Saturday defended her sister Rangoli Chandel for a tweet that called for "mullas" and "secular media" to be shot dead.

In a new video shared by her team on her official Instagram account, Kangana says that they have been falsely accused by Farah Khan Ali and Reema Kagti of calling for a genocide against Muslims.

"I have nothing personal against Rangoli or you and have even met Rangoli in the past where she came across sweet". Is she saying that every Muslim is a terrorist? "We don't believe that every Muslim is a terrorist, or that every Muslim is attacking doctors".

However, Rangoli's tweet from Wednesday did indeed call for violence. When police and doctor went to check their families (in Uttar Pradesh's Moradabad), they were attacked and killed.

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He had tested negative for COVID-19 twice before a third test came back positive. Touch his face I do believe that this would help wake him up!"

"A Jamaati died of COVID-19".

The tweet was reported as hate speech by several users of the social media platform. Her account was subsequently suspended. People here can call the Prime Minister and Home Minister "terrorist", even RSS that aims to work for people day and night. She added that Twitter must therefore be shut down in India.

She said that India needed to find a way to "completely demolish" platforms such as Twitter and 'start our own platforms'.

Kangana also came to wrestler Babita Kumari Phogat's support and requested for security to be provided to her, after World Wrestling Championships bronze medalist received death threats for her posts on Twitter accusing the Tablighi Jamaat for spreading the novel coronavirus in India. If something happens to Babita, no one else will raise their voice for nationalism.

"I appeal to the Centre to protect nationalists who are being harassed and oppressed", Ranaut said.

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