Kangana Ranaut left for her hometown Manali, Himachal Pradesh after spending almost a week in the city. Ranaut has been hitting headlines lately for her war of words with Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut, tussle with Maharashtra government, tweets calling Mumbai POK and Taliban and the demolition drive by the BMC where parts of her Pali Hill office were demolished for ‘structural violation’. Now, amidst all the drama, Kangana Ranaut falls prey to fake news on social media. Amidst her ongoing tussle with the Maharashtra government, the Manikarnika actress falls prey to fake news about a social media feature launched against Shiv Sena.
On Twitter, a website- thefauxy.com reported that Facebook has launched a new feature. The report mentioned that the social networking site has launched a new ‘mark yourself safe from Shivsena goons’ feature. As per the report, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has reportedly launched the new feature on the social networking website where people can mark themselves safe from Shiv Sena goons. The report also stated that similarly, the Arogya Setu application will also tell a person if there are any Shiv Sena goons nearby.
Reacting to the report, Kangana Ranaut re-tweeted and replied. The Manikarnika actress tweeted, “Thank you Facebook free speech must be protected in a democracy, people need to be protected from Sonia Sena goons much like COVID -19 virus, thank you for being considerate, well done.” In her tweet, Kangana thanked Facebook for launching the feature and mentioned how free speech must be protected in a democracy. The actress concluded her tweet and wrote, “thank you for being considerate, well done.”
Thank you Facebook free speech must be protected in a democracy, people need to be protected from Sonia Sena goons much like COVID -19 virus, thank you for being considerate, well done 👏👏👏 https://t.co/v2BZYpQdAx— Kangana Ranaut (@KanganaTeam) September 14, 2020
Meanwhile, as Kangana Ranaut reacts to the news report, for the unversed there is no such feature launched by Facebook. Neither the feature is available nor to be seen on the application or its website nor any official announcement has been made by Facebook until now. Also Read: After Kangana Ranaut Leaves Mumbai, Congress Leader Sachin Sawant Raises Questions Over Her Claims About Knowing Drug Mafia And Calls It A Hoax
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