Saloni Gaur Aka Nazma Aapi's Latest Video On China REMOVED By TikTok; Tweets, 'Jaisa Desh, Vaisi App'

Taking to her Twitter account, comedian Saloni Gaur who goes by the name Nazma Aapi stated that her latest video that had jokes on China has been removed by TikTok

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Saloni Gaur Aka Nazma Aapi's Latest Video On China REMOVED By TikTok; Tweets, 'Jaisa Desh, Vaisi App'
Comedian Saloni Gaur who is pretty active on Twitter is a TikTok sensation too. She makes funny videos to entertain the masses. Recently, she made a video that had a few jokes on China. However, this video of Saloni who goes by the name Nazma Aapi has been deleted by TikTok. The comedian took to Twitter to share the same and even poked fun at the neighbouring country. She stated that the app is the same as the country where it was developed, giving no freedom to its users at all.

She tweeted, "So @TikTok_IN has removed my last video which had jokes on China, jaisa desh, vaisi app. Kuch bolne ki freedom hi nahi hai." The video in question is supposedly the one in which Saloni talks about China’s border activities. Earlier, Nazma Aapi had made a video talking about the Chinese Military in Ladakh and asking them to leave the premises. She at the end hilarious said that if they do not have a vehicle to go back, they can tweet to Sonu Sood. "Niklo wapis, aur agar gaadi nahi hai toh Sonu Sood ko tweet kardo, jaha bologe waha drop karwadega," she was heard saying.

For the past few days, a lot is being said about the platform TikTok. All because of the social-media war between the users of the platform and YouTube. After CarryMinati's roast video from YouTube was removed as he poked fun at the content being produced by TikTokers, #BanTikTok trended on social media with quite a few people bashing the platform. 

Over this, TikTok's spokesperson quoted, "TikTok is a platform for creative expression that welcomes diversity of users and viewpoints. In context of COVID-19, we've implemented a more rigorous review process, to err on the side of caution and remove potentially violative content. The video in question, was reinstated after being flagged and a further review. Users have the right to appeal moderation decisions and each appeal is carefully reviewed in line with our community guidelines." 

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