Kangana Ranaut's Twitter Account Gets Suspended For Violating Rules - Here's All You Need To Know

Kangana Ranaut is creating buzz after her Twitter account got suspended by the social media platform

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Kangana Ranaut's Twitter Account Gets Suspended For Violating Rules - Here's All You Need To Know
Kangana Ranaut has been making headlines for multiple reasons lately. As many are aware, Kangana is one of the most active celebrities on social media. The actress often talks about various issues on Twitter. Much to everyone's surprise, Kangana's Twitter account has been suspended. Yes, you read that right! Why, you ask? It happened after she posted texts against the regulations of the micro-blogging site.

For the uninitiated, in a series of tweets, Kangana made comments on the alleged violence that took place in West Bengal after election results were declared recently. The Queen actress was criticising Mamata Banerjee for the violence that took place in the state following the announcement of Assembly Elections results. The actress demanded president rule in West Bengal after Mamata-lead Trinamool Congress (TMC) won the recent assembly elections.

Kangana had also shared the photos on her Instagram Stories. Post her Twitter suspension, she is trending on the social media platform. Several netizens hailed Twitter's decision to suspend her account.
On the other hand, Kangana was in the news for liking the tweet that called Sonu Sood a 'fraud' for promoting a brand that sells oxygen concentrators for two lacs amid Covid-19. For the uninitiated, the Twitter user shared advertisement images in which the actor was seen promoting oxygen concentrating machines. The machines cost lakhs of rupees. Sharing the images, the Twitter user wrote, "Such a fraud using a crisis to make money Oxygen concentrator Rs. 2 lakh." Many Twitter users, including Kangana Ranaut liked the tweet.



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