Of late, the news has been all about Kangana Ranaut's sister Rangoli Chandel's Twitter account suspension. It was after a tweet that supposedly incited religious hatred, her account was suspended. Sussanne Khan's sister Farah Khan had reported Rangoli's Twitter account after which the action was taken. While Rangoli made it pretty clear that she won't delete her tweet to revive her account, it is Kangana Ranaut who has now shared her opinion on the same and also extended support to wrestler Babita Phogat.
Speaking about Rangoli's Twitter account suspension, today, her sister Kangana took the initiative and broke her silence on this entire fiasco. The Panga actress' team's official Instagram account shared a video of the actress where she specifies saying that Rangoli was making a point that people who are harassing the doctors and police officers during the crucial period of Coronavirus, they should be shot. Ranaut also mentioned that Sussanne Khan's sister Farah Khan and director Reema Katgi accused Rangoli of talking on Muslim genocide which is completely wrong as she never specifically targeted a community or religion.
Ms Ranaut is also heard saying that if they find any tweet on Muslim genocide made by Rangoli then they both are willing to apologise. In the video, the 33-year-old actress also extended support to National wrestler Babita Phogat who is facing the wrath of netizens for the alleged communal tweets on Nizamuddin Meet, that happened in Delhi last month. Without further ado, watch the video below:
The caption of the video read, "#KanganaRanaut address the controversy around #RangoliChandel's tweet, and why freedom of speech is important in a democracy." ALSO READ: Sussanne Khan's Sister Farah Says Reporting Rangoli Chandel's Twitter Account Wasn't 'Personal'; 'Hatred And Bigotry Will Get You Nowhere'
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