After Aamir Khan Trends Because Of Babita Phogat's Tweet, Twitter Deletes Her Account; Wrestler Asks Was She Wrong

Commonwealth Games Gold Medalist Babita Phogat recently made it to the headlines for her tweet on Coronavirus. She was accused of communising Nizamuddin meet in Delhi. Her account was removed after this post.

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After Aamir Khan Trends Because Of Babita Phogat's Tweet, Twitter Deletes Her Account; Wrestler Asks Was She Wrong
Babita Phogat recently came on the radar of trolls as she made a cryptic post on Nizamuddin meet that happened in Delhi earlier this month. This meet has become a cause of concern for all as quite a few people who attended this event tested positive for Coronavirus. Babita sharing her thoughts on the same took to Twitter to make a cryptic post after which she was slammed by netizens for communalising the event. After the furor, Twitter removed her account and she could only restore it after she deleted the tweet.

Now that Babita is back on Twitter, she shared the screenshot of the deleted tweet and asked her followers was there anything wrong with her tweet. She tweeted, "Due to this tweet my account was deleted and today it has started again. Dear countrymen, I want to know from you whether I was wrong in sharing this post?".

The deleted post had her saying, "At your place it might have spread through bats, in India it spread through illiterate pigs." She got bashed for the same and even Aamir Khan was dragged into it. People started slamming her saying that no one knew her until Aamir Khan made a film on her achievements. 



Later, Babita had also gave a clarification saying, "Doctor, Police, Nurse jo iss sankat ke samay desh ki dhal banker khade hain un par hamla karne walo ko aur kya sangya doon. Ismein mera kisi dharma jaati vishesh ke khilaf likhne ka koi maqsad nahi hai. Maine iss tweet main sirf Corona senaaniyon par hamalaavaron ke khilaf likha hai aura age bhi likhti rahungi." 






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