Micro-blogging site Twitter on Thursday suspended Kangana Ranaut's sister and manager Rangoli Chandel's account after a tweet on the stone-pelting incident in Uttar Pradesh's Moradabad.
In the tweet, Chandel wrote of an incident of a medical team screening coronavirus suspects in Moradabad was attacked by some people. It is reportedly said that Chandel used the term "Nazi" in her tweet which was found to be objectionable by many Twitter users as the prime reason for suspension. Twitter suspended Chandel's account as she was found violating its set of rules.
According to the policy of the micro-blogging site, tweets that propagate or incite violence, hatred, terrorism, abuse or harassment are subjected to be reported following which Twitter account of the user gets suspended.
Her tweet was flagged by filmmaker Reema Kagti and actress Kubbra Sait. Kagti urged the police to take action against Chandel for inciting violence and hatred. But suspension is only a warning by Twitter, not a permanent dismissal of the account. If Twitter is approached with requests, after reviewing it, Twitter may revoke suspension if found it true.