Part-time Bollywood actor and former sofa politician Kangana Ranaut’s Twitter account was suspended on Tuesday.
In a Tweet written prior to her suspension queen The star was very vocal about allegations of violence in West Bengal after the election results were announced. The All India Trinamool Congress (TMC) surprised BJPs in state elections, struggling to get even half of the votes the ruling party targeted. TMC, led by Mamata Banerjee, won 213 seats, with a majority score of 148 seats. BJP only secured 77 electoral districts. Shortly after the results, the BJP accused the TMC of killing workers and destroying offices, reports of violence across the state. But Trinamool Rajya Sabha MP Derek O’Brien said the incident was “a fight within the BJP party.”
Ranaut demanded that the BJP government reject state elections and proclaim presidential laws in West Bengal. She tried to justify her claim by saying that the former Indian presidents did it, providing the Modi regime with the necessary framework to follow the lawsuit.
On her suspension Hindustan Times A Twitter spokesman said, “We are clearly aware that we will take strong crackdowns on actions that could potentially harm offline.
“The referenced account has been permanently suspended for repeated violations of the Twitter Rules, specifically the Hate Sex Policy and the Abuse Policy. We enforce Twitter rules wisely and fairly for everyone who participates in our service. “
Requesting presidential law and regretting allegations of violence, her emotional footage was uploaded minutes before the account was terminated and remains on her Instagram account.
She says social media tycoon Ranaut has huge followers and keeps a timeline and feed due to her provocative and burning posts. So, of course, her absence was not noticeable even in the ten minutes of her suspension.
Will she switch to Instagram now?