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Singer Abhijeet’s New Twitter Account Suspended Too

Singer Abhijeet's New Twitter Account Suspended Too

Singer Abhijeet’s New Twitter Account Suspended Too

NEW DELHI: Singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya returned to Twitter yesterday with a new @singerabhijeet unaudited account, a week after being suspended in his controversial messages. In a matter of hours, the new account has been suspended.

“The account he’s trying to see has been suspended,” he read a message on the Twitter page that the 58-year-old singer has introduced on Monday.

In a video posted on his account, Abhijeet had said: “People are trying to eliminate my voice. I am against those who try to speak against the nation and the Indian army. It is my new Twitter account until that. .. when I checked the account is not active, follow me on this Twitter account. All other accounts in my name are false and trying to distort my reputation.

And he added: “Boliye jai hind, bharat mata ki jai Vande Mataram I am back Let’s eliminate all those who express their voices against the country ….”
He told NNA news agency that it was “very important” for him to stay on Twitter.

“Twitter earns its income through us … Only losers, leftists, Maoists are baffled and found a platform to spit venom … I will expose these people and it is very important for me to stay on Twitter,” he. He told me.

Last Tuesday, Twitter suspended Abhijeet’s verified account of her provocative comments, especially for women, including student and JNU activist Shehla Rashid.

A day later, his colleague Sonu Nigam left Twitter, explaining in 24 tweets that he was saddened by what he perceives as a lack of freedom of speech. Another veteran Hindi film actor Paresh Rawal also faces his tweets and stated last week that he had been “forced” to eliminate a comment in which he said that author Arundhati Roy was to be attached to a military jeep – a reference to Video “human shield” in Kashmir.

 

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