Actress Divyanka Tripathi has been entertaining us for years now and is currently one of the highest-paid actresses in the TV industry. On the other hand, with the COVID-19 outbreak in the country, Divyanka is enjoying her time being quarantined at home with her family and husband. In the meantime, yesterday, Tripathi shared a post on her social media talking about how with less traffic in Mumbai, it is a quick opportunity to complete the metro, bridges and smooth roads in the city.
On Twitter, Divyanka tweeted, “With such less traffic in Mumbai, it seems like an opportunity to quickly complete metro, bridges and smooth roads.” As soon as the actress shared her point of view towards the development of the roads and construction work in the city, Divyanka’s tweet welcomed a lot of criticism. With the actress tweeting about the roads and metro work being stalled, many social media users lashed out at her for her insensitive towards the blue-collar workers in Mumbai
After being trolled for her sensitive post on the Mumbai traffic, the Yeh Hai Mohabbatein actress apologized on social media. Replying to a tweet made by a social media user that read, “As if the engineers & construction worker life r not important .. such an vague & unrequired tweet at this moment,” Divyanka re-tweeted, “My apologies. Point taken.” In the tweet, the user pointed out how the tweet made by the actress was unrequired at the moment and questioned if the lives of engineers and constructions workers are not important in such crucial circumstances.
Meanwhile, as Divyanka Tripathi apologized for her insensitive tweet, the actress also deleted the tweet made by her on traffic quickly. Also Read: Wait, What? Bigg Boss 13 To Be Telecasted Again After Mujhse Shaadi Karoge Goes Off-Air Due To Coronavirus Pandemic?
Image source: Instagram/ Divyanka Tripathi
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