Kangana demands ban on Twitter



  • In her recent tweets, Kangana Ranaut has demanded a ban on Twitter
  • The actress urged the Prime Minister of India to not “forgive” Twitter
  • Kangana also claimed that Twitter “conspired for a civil war in India”

For the past few months, Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut has been targeting Twitter and its CEO Jack Dorsey. Earlier, Kangana’s Twitter account was handled by her team, but in mid-2020, she took over and started sharing her opinion on different matters, ranging from entertainment, politics, and crimes in India.

Several times, Kangana’s tweets have not gone well with netizens and she has been slammed as well. Once, her Twitter account was temporarily suspended and now, Kangana has demanded a ban on the platform.

Not just that, Kangana also urged the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi to not “forgive” Twitter. In a series of tweets, the actress also shared a screenshot of Twitter’s alleged net loss and said that “this is just the beginning of your end” Jack Dorsey.

Kangana’s tweet urging PM reads, “Honourable Prime Minister ji jo galti Great warrior Prithaviraj Chauhan ji ne ki thi woh bilkul mat karna …. uss galti ka naam tha maafi…@Twitter kitni bhi maafi mange bilkul maaf mat karna. They conspired for a civil war in India. #BanTwitterInIndia.”

Sharing data of alleged Twitter net loss, Kangana wrote, “This is just the beginning of your end …. watch out for 2021 data @jack.”

Check out Kangana Ranaut’s latest tweets:

Earlier, in a tweet, Kangana claimed that Twitter is run by a ‘bunch of druggies’ who are ‘trying to control us’. Her tweet reads, “Tumko banaya kisne hai Chief Justice?  (Who made you the Chief Justice?) At times you also gang up, then become a bully headmaster? Some times even the unelected member of the parliament. That’s not all at times you even pretend to be Prime Minister. Who are you? Bunch of druggies trying to control us @jack.”

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