Kangana Ranaut Threatens To Quit Twitter If Anyone Proves She Called Farmers 'Terrorists'

As the farmers protest against Agri-marketing bill intensifies, Kangana Ranaut took to her Twitter handle to state that false rumours are being spread leading to the protest

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Kangana Ranaut Threatens To Quit Twitter If Anyone Proves She Called Farmers 'Terrorists'
As social media is debating over farmers protesting against the Agri-marketing bill, Kangana Ranaut took to her Twitter handle to support Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his stand over the same. She retweeted PM's tweet and gave a reference to CAA. However, her tweet was reportedly misunderstood and it was reported that Kangana called farmers 'terrorists'. Responding to the same, Kangana now took to her Twitter handle to challenge netizens. She stated that if anyone proves that she called farmers terrorists, she will apologize and quit the platform.

She tweeted, "जैसे श्री कृष्ण की नारायणी सेना थी, वैसे ही पप्पु की भी अपनी एक चंपू सेना है जो की सिर्फ़ अफ़वाहों के दम पे लड़ना जानती है, यह है मेरा अरिजिनल ट्वीट अगर कोई यह सिद्ध करदे की मैंने किसानों को आतंकी कहा, मैं माफ़ी माँगकर हमेशा केलिए ट्वीटर छोड़ दूँगी (Just as Shri Krishna had a Narayani army, Pappu also has a champu army that knows how to fight only on the basis of rumors, this is my original tweet if someone proves that I called farmers terrorists, I apologize and leave Twitter for forever)."

Earlier, she responded to a new article that stated that Kangana called farmers ' terrorists'. She wrote, "People who spread misinformation and rumours about CAA that caused riots are the same people who are now spreading misinformations about Farmers bill and causing terror in the nation, they are terrorists. You very well know what I said but simply like to spread misinformation." Check out her tweets below:




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