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After Rangoli Chandel, Twitterati want wrestler Babita Phogat’s account to be suspended; know why

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 17 April 2020, 14:06 IST
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Wrestler Babita Phogat has once again fallen into the controversy and this time for supporting Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut’s sister and manager Rangoli Chandel. From past few days, the wrestler was hitting the headlines for her controversial tweet against the single community. At first, netizens ignored her tweet, however, her recent tweet made her trend on Twitter.

Recently, Rangoli Chandel’s Twitter account was suspended by the officials of Twitter as she made a derogatory remark on a single community. As soon as Twitter suspended Rangoli’s account Babita took to her Twitter handle and while taking her stand wrote that Twitter doesn’t like those who speak the truth on its platform.


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Babita’s tweet didn't go down well with netizens and they started trending #SuspendBabitaPhogat. As they believed that her tweet was an attempt to target a single community.

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Earlier, this month, Babita posted a cryptic tweet, referring to the incident that took place in Indore where a mob attacked Healthcare workers and police personnel’s after they tried to screen residents of a locality of Coronavirus patient.

However, following #SuspendBabitaPhogat a subsequent hashtag #ISupportBabitaPhogat was also trending parallel across the nation. They lauded the wrestler for having the guts to speak the truth.

Please Note: We have not posted Babita Phogat's tweet as it could incites violence among communities and can also hurt the sentiments of a single community.

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First published: 17 April 2020, 13:22 IST
 
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