Champion wrestler and BJP leader Babita Phogat a new controversy remarks on social media against the Islamic sect – Tablighi Jamaat – that held a congregation in Delhi last month setting off India’s biggest cluster of coronavirus cases. “I stand by my tweets, I wrote nothing wrong,”
Wrestler Babita Phogat became familiar in every household after the success of Aamir Khan’s Dangal. This film had inspirations from the wrestler’s life.
The star wrestler, who is married now, is back in news again but it’s not for an agreeable reason. She had tweeted that irked a section of netizens due to some communal shades, earlier this month. It was regarding news with the spread of coronavirus. She had to face a lot of criticism after her tweet. She has posted a new video now and it is connected with Zaira Wasim.
She posted the video after getting bashed on social media for a tweet provoking communal hatred. Babita Phogat posted a message for all the criticizers. While posting a message, she mentioned Zaira Wasim’s incident. Zaira Wasim quit her acting career after she was criticized by netizens and few had attached some religious matter to it.
यदि आप बबीता फोगाट को सपोर्ट करते हैं तो उन तक यह बात जरूर पहुंचा दीजिए और उनको बोलिए ध्यान से कान खोल कर सुन लें। pic.twitter.com/gqec3lQwPE
— Babita Phogat (@BabitaPhogat) April 17, 2020
After getting bashed on social media for a tweet provoking communal hatred, Babita Phogat has a message for all the criticizers.
A few hours ago, Babita took to Twitter and shared a video in which she gave a strong message that she isn’t afraid of any warnings. She says, “Sabhi desh wasiyon ko mera Ram Ram! Pichle kuch dino se maine ek do Tweet kiye the, uske baad se kaafi log mujhe Facebook messenger par, WhatsApp par, aur Twitter messenger par galat galat messages bhej rahe hain, gaaliyan de rahe hain.
Kuch log phone karke bhi dhamkiyan de rahe hain, toh unlogon ko main ek baat kehna chahti hun. Kaan khol kar ek baat sunlo aur dimaag main baitha lo ki main Zaira Wasim nahi hun ki tumhari dhamkion se dar kar ghar pe baith jaungi. Main tumhari dhamkiyon se nahi darne wali.”
babita phogat a new controversy started after she made a tweet which referred to an incident which happened in Indore. A group of frustrated and annoyed locals had attacked the healthcare workers and civic officials physically. This incident happened because those healthcare workers were there to test the residents of that area for COVID-19.
Babita tweeted, “At your place it might have spread through bats, in India, it spread through illiterate pigs,” and attached the hashtag #NizamuddinIdiots to her post.