TikTok star Faizal Siddiqui landed in trouble when his acid attack video went viral, after which National Comission Of Women took action against him for promoting violence against women. It all started with the video where Faizal came across as someone who was seen promoting acid attack crime against women and was severely bashed not only by his fans but also acid attack survivors like Laxmi Agarwal.
Seeing the backlash on his careless video, Faizal later took to Instagram to apologise and clarify his intentions behind the video. Though his TikTok account got suspended and it's not been recovered yet. Now, famous YouTuber Harsh Benial spoke to us exclusively on the whole controversy.
Harsh Beniwal reacted to the decision of TikTok suspending Faizal Siddiqui's account and said, "See if anyone is promoting wrong content either on TikTok or YouTube, action should be taken. Acid attack, animal abuse, domestic violence or child pornography- such things should not be promoted and an action should be taken and if TikTok decided to suspend his account it was right but I think it would have been much better if they would have suspended that girl's account also who was part of that video. I don't know her name but I feel she was equally involved in the video, so why does Faisal have to face all the criticism alone?"
He also added, "By doing this, they can also set the example for those who participate in such things. And it will send out the right message that you all should not do such things."
Faizal had approximately 13.5 million followers who now can see nothing on his once-famous TikTok account. Faizal himself confirmed the news to SpotboyE.com exclusively and had said, "Today my account got suspended and I am really very upset. However, I don't want to add anything more to it."
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