Kangana Ranaut’s sister Rangoli Chandel is quite an outspoken person. She is quite vocal about certain issues and directly takes it to her Twitter account to write on the same.
However her recent posts seem to have landed her in a controversy as Rangoli’s Twitter account was suspended for violating rules.
Her account was suspended after she posted a series of controversial tweets regarding the recent Moradabad stone pelting incident.
Rangoli Chandel’s Twitter account suspended
Filmmaker Reema Kagti had tagged the Mumbai Police, urging action against one of Rangoli’s posts. Supporting the same, actress Kubra Sait had also shared that she had blocked Rangoli on Twitter.
Reema tweeted, “Could you please look into this and take action? Isn’t this spreading fake news AND inciting hatred & violence against certain people?@OfficeofUT.”
— Reema Kagti (@kagtireema) April 16, 2020
Jewellery designer Farah Khan Ali also shared that she had reported Rangoli’s account and thanked Twitter for suspending it. “I reported this because she targeted a specific community and called for them to be shot along with liberal media and compared herself to the Nazis,” she tweeted.
Thank you @Twitter @TwitterIndia @jack for suspending this account. I reported this because she targeted a specific community and called for them to be shot along with liberal media and compared herself to the Nazis. 🙏🙏🙏 . pic.twitter.com/lJ3u6btyOm
— Farah Khan (@FarahKhanAli) April 16, 2020
After her account was suspended, Rangoli issued a statement, saying, “Twitter is an American platform absolutely biased and anti India, you can make fun of Hindu Gods call Prime Minister and Home Minister terrorists but if you say anything about people pelting stones on health workers and Police forces they suspend your account, I have no desire of empowering any such platforms with my perspective and honest opinions, so I am not reviving my account, I was my sisters spokes person now watch out for her direct interviews, she is a huge star she has many ways of reaching out , a biased platform can be easily avoided… (sic)”
Apart from sharing her opinion on social media, Rangoli often uses Twitter to post recipes, share entertaining throwback photos and interact with her followers.