Actress Kangana Ranaut’s sister Rangoli Chandel is known for her controversial comments on social media.
Rangoli, who often speaks on behalf of Kangana, does not mince her words while expressing her views.
Recently, Chandel wrote a few tweets regarding the ongoing coronavirus crisis. Some of the tweets were against a particular community. This did not go down well with a number of users who demanded action against Rangoli.
Apparently, Twitter heard the plea and suspended Chandel’s account due to the contentious statements she tweeted.
Rangoli’s distasteful tweet read “Make these mullas and secular media stand in a line and shoot them…who cares if they call us Nazi”.
Rangoli’s tweet came after the Moradabad stone-pelting incidents where medical personnel and police officers were attacked by a group of miscreants.
Her statement incites hatred towards a particular community and calls for their ‘mass killing.’
She wrote, “Make these mullahs… stand in a line and shoot them dead.”
She did not stop there and added “F**k the history they may call us Nazis who cares, life is more imp than the fake image (sic), “
Rangoli’s tweets slammed by other celebrities.
Post the controversial tweet, Rangoli was called out by other celebrities for hate-mongering. They demanded police action against her.
Filmmaker Reema Kagti made an appeal to the Mumbai Police to take suitable action.
Farah Khan Ali, who is Sussanne Khan’s sister, also slammed Rangoli.
Commenting on the latter’s tweet, she wrote, “Arrest this woman immediately for spreading vicious hatred and for calling for killings of a community @MumbaiPolice Do also block this account@Twitter @TwitterIndia @jack for spreading religious hatred and fascism.”
Here is Farah’s reaction after Rangoli’s account had been suspended:
Actor Kubra Sait wrote “This kind of hate-mongering is irresponsible. Please look into it, and take necessary actions.”
After her Twitter account was suspended, Rangoli accused Twitter of being biased. She even called the social media platform “anti-India.”
She also said that she had no intention of reviving her account.
Reportedly, Rangoli said “I have no desire of empowering such platforms with my perspective & honest opinions… I was my sister’s spokesperson now watch out for her direct interviews, she is a huge star she has many ways of reaching out (sic).”