Abhijeet Bhattacharya’s Twitter account suspended, singer claims his tweets not offensive

Twitter suspends Tuesday’s account Bollywood singer, Abhijeet Bhattacharya, following the publication of a series of assumptions of offensive tweets. The singer says that the action is aimed at kerbing the nationalist voice like his. The singer’s Tweets focused on updates from JNU student Shehla Rashid against the BJP.
Speaking to The Indian Express on Tuesday, he said: “My tweets were not offensive. The whole nation is now with me. Those who feel offended are anti-national elements. They must abuse the … Indian army, you can speak against Our Prime Minister and get out of the way, but simply replying to your tweets can suspend your accounts. ”
Twitter has surpassed later that users have accused the singer of 58 years of using an “inappropriate” language and “an insult”.
“Suspended account: This account has been suspended …” said the Twitter message in his hand. Abhijeet has been a serial offender on Twitter. The singer had received bulletins on the social media site for a series of inflammatory tweets against journalist Swati Chaturvedi, who had filed a police report against him last year in July. The complaint led to his arrest. When he was released on bail, the singer would have burst into tears.
Repentance did not last long as it defies the singer he said later he repeated his words if he wished. On May 22, Abhijeet has poured venom on some women Twitter users, including UNHCR student Shehla Rashid, who
One led some users to complain to Twitter. “Thank you sincerely for all the support, Abhijeet had to remove his tweet, his Twitter account has also been suspended,” Sheila said today.
Abhijeet had already responded to JNU students, “There is a rumour that she took the money for two hours and did not do it
. Meet the customer … big racket “In another tweet, she had insulted a Twitter user when she called her inflammatory tweets, where she wrote:” You Ms Pak. Tell me what your cage is right? Go there … it will be the favourite pose. “However, it is unclear whether Twitter’s decision is temporary or permanent.

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