Bollywood actor Alia Bhatt’s mom, actress Soni Razdan is an ardent social media user. Just like her celebrity daughter, Razdan is also doing her bit by extending support to the needy by sharing relevant information. The veteran actress never hesitates in expressing her thoughts and views even when higher authorities are involved. Alia’s mom made a tweet on Wednesday and reacted to the decision regarding the annual pilgrimage held in the state of Uttarakhand. She expressed shock over the decision made by the Uttarakhand government about starting of Chardham Yatra.
The veteran actress made a tweet and requested the courts to take action. She expressed shock over the decision and asked: “What?” Soni Razdan then said that why will the world help India when we continue to act like idiots. Razdan termed the act as ‘embarrassing’ and ‘disgusting’ considering the crisis India is currently facing. She tweeted, “Whaaaaaat ? Can the courts please stop this right now ? Someone? Why will the world even help us if we continue to act like idiots !!! @KapilSibal @SCofInd@PIBHomeAffairs Uff so embarrassing this is. Nothing but embarrassing and disgusting”
Read the tweet made by Soni Razdan below:
Uff so embarrassing this is. Nothing but embarrassing and disgusting— Soni Razdan (@Soni_Razdan) April 28, 2021
According to a report by News18, the Uttrakhand Govt has said that the annual pilgrimage (Chardham yatra) to Kedarnath, Badrinath, Yamunotri and Gangotri will commence on May 14. Meanwhile, reacting to Soni Razdan’s tweet, the Twitterati expressed their fury. They were not pleased with the decision of the government too. As the country fights against COVID-19, Alia Bhatt and her beau Ranbir Kapoor had tested positive for the virus. They are recovered now. Also Read: Vir Das Takes A Dig At Cowin App; Compares It To A Dating App As People Face Issues While Registering
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