Bollywood Actor Kangana Ranaut on Saturday came up in support of her sister and manager Rangoli Chandel, whose verified Twitter account was suspended recently over a controversial post.
Kangana took a dig at Twitter for blocking her sister's account and called for the government to 'demolish' such social media platforms. "I know the nation is going through a lot right now but we have to find a way to completely demolish these (social media) platforms and start our own platforms," she said.
Kangana's sister Rangoli's post was reported by several people who considered it a hate tweet.
In her sister's defence, the actor shared a video message on Instagram, where she says if anyone can find a tweet where Rangoli says anything offensive, "then we both will publicly apologize".
"My sister Rangoli Chandel had specifically mentioned that people who have attacked doctors and police personnel should be shot dead," Kangana says in her video message, adding that celebrities like "Farah Ali Khan ji and Reema Kagti ji made a false allegation" that Rangoli's comment was community-specific.
The actress added that she and her sister did not believe that every person "attacking doctors and cops" belonged to any particular community.
Towards the end of the video message, the actor also referred to a controversial video of wrestler Babita Phogat. "I saw Babita Phogat ji's video today. The way she is being harassed, I would request the central government to provide her security in this hour," she said.
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