Kangana Ranaut's Twitter account suspended after sharing controversial posts
Kangana Ranaut is often seen in support of BJP and PM on social media.
New Delhi: Kangana Ranaut is very active on social media. She has been giving her opinion on the issues of the country and abroad. Recently, after her opinion about 'Oxygen', she also gave his opinion on Bengal Assembly Elections 2021.
Once Mamata Banerjee's party won in West Bengal, Kangana made several tweets. In her post, she has made serious allegations against TMC, voicing her opinion against Bengal violence, shortly after which Kangana's Twitter account was suspended (Kangana Ranaut Twitter account).
Kangana Ranaut twitter suspended:
Kangana Ranaut is often seen in support of BJP and PM on social media. Kangana was tweeting at TMC on the violence in West Bengal. Some time ago she wrote in his first tweet - I was wrong, he is not Ravan. He was the best king, made the best country in the world, was a great administrator, a scholar and was a harpist and a king of his subjects, she is a bloodthirsty monstrous 'Tadka'. Those who voted for her, your hands are also covered with blood. '' # BengalViolence
She tweeted and wrote- 'TMC goons gangraped BJP worker. Indira Gandhi imposed emergency for 39 times and she said that international media India does not care what you think, it does not know the language of Gawar blood thirsty nation love Modi ji, they should stick. '
Let us tell you that after the results of the West Bengal assembly elections, there are reports of violence from there. BJP claims that Trinamool Congress goons are attacking BJP workers.
After the election of West Bengal, Kangana Ranaut wrote in one of her tweets, 'Bangladeshi and Rohingya are in large numbers in West Bengal. This clearly shows that Hindus are not in the majority there, and according to the data, Bengali Muslims are extremely poor and deprived. It is good that another Kashmir is going to be formed.
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