Payal Rohatgi once again trapped in controversies after she dropped an abusive tweet on Safoora Zargar who is pregnant.
Payal Rohatgi is often seen in the grip of controversies due to her abusive and shocking revelation on Twitter and Instagram. Many times she gets caught in controversies regarding her statements and post. Now once again she is in controversy. As the actress dropped an abusive tweet on Safoora Zargar. Who is pregnant and has been locked inside Delhi Jail. The Twitter account was suspended for the posts that she made against her. But later his fans registered their protest through #SupportPayalRohatgi. However, Payal’s account is now working back.
Actually, Payal had commented on Safoora Zargar, MPhil student of Jamia Millia Ismailia arrested in Delhi violence case. After this, there was a lot of uproar on Twitter and his account was suspended. As per reports, advocate Ali Kaashif Khan has filed an FIR against the actress for promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion. The tweet on which this whole issue arose was the Payal’s abusive words for Safooza on twitter that read.”Ram Ji was medical shops not providing condoms, Oops for Muslim women there is no concept for condoms. They produce kids in dozens so why if one born in jail.”
But after the complaint registered. Payal got angry on Twitter about this issue. Her fans are sharing a video. In which they are saying that Swara Bhaskar uses objectionable language on UP Chief Minister Yog Adityanath, but her account is valid, active, and working. At the same time, Payal’s account is suspended for seven days. Thanking her fans Payal has also tweeted. In which she writes, ‘Ram Ram Ji! Thank you all for your support. I have never tried to break the law nor created riots on the streets. Still, I am targeted on this platform.
Further defending herself and targeting Ali Kaashif Khan who filed an FIR against her. She said that “this man is a wannabe who wants publicity. He has tried this nonsense before as he is a FAKE lawyer.
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