Kangana has also shared the statement of Twitter India on her Instagram story, in which Twitter has argued for the freedom of expression in front of the government while presenting its stand. Kangana writes, ‘Poor Twitter is seeking the freedom of its expression, Twitter the Great, the undisclosed member of Parliament, the world’s highest judge, the defender of the moral compass of humanity and his basic ability to demand or force this power or What is credit? ‘
‘Followers are bought and sold comfortably’
Kangana has further raised questions on Twitter alleging that followers are also bought and sold there and that these are the handful of people who take drugs. Kangana writes, ‘Who are they? People who take a handful of drugs, which can be bought and sold comfortably, cost everything from followers to promotional tweets, these are greedy private businessmen and capitalists of money who want to run countries, threaten governments and Want to control? Have we really learned nothing from the East India Company? ‘
Kangana Ranaut is studying the history of Punjab
Along with this, Kangana Ranaut has also shared a photo of herself on Instagram on Thursday. In this, she is seen lying in the sun reading the history of Punjab. Kangana posted in the caption, caption, ‘How heartbreaking, conflicting and cruel the history of India is … If you take a side you are a fool, but if you do not take a side, you are a bigger fool Huh.’
Here, Twitter said- We are committed to the people of India
On the other hand, Twitter has also released a new statement after the ongoing talks about the central government’s new IT rules. It said that Twitter is keen to continue talks with the Indian government even further. Twitter said in a statement that it is committed to the people of India and its service service has proved to be important for public interaction. Twitter has supported people during the epidemic. Twitter further said that as he does around the world. He will also adhere strictly to the principles of transparency in India, commitment to empower every voice in service, freedom of expression and privacy under the law.