Nuh Violence: Govinda Deletes Tweet After Getting Trolled by Hindutva Supporters

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“What have we come down to? Shame on the people who call themselves Hindus and do such things,” Govinda had tweeted.

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NEW DELHI — Famed Bollywood actor Govinda, who also had a short stint in politics, was forced to delete his Twitter account after Hindutva supporters heavily trolled him on Wednesday over his tweet wherein he posted his opinion on the Nuh violence.

Govinda tweeted: “What have we come down to? Shame on the people who call themselves Hindus and do such things.” He had further appealed to people to maintain peace and asserted that India is a democracy and not an autocracy, a Vartha Bharati report said.

Govinda posted the tweet while replying to one of the users who had shared a video from the violence-hit zone with the caption “Muslims shops were looted by mob in Gurugram.” In the video, the violent mob was seen looting coolers and other valuable items from shops of Muslim traders after setting them ablaze.

The Bollywood actor had also liked a tweet wherein another user while replying to Vivek Agnihotri’s tweet had blamed the BJP for ‘burning’ Manipur, Kashmir and now Haryana, all ruled by its governments.

The Hindutva goons then started trolling and slamming Govinda, following which the actor first deleted the tweet. When the trolling did not stop, Govinda went on to deactivate his account from the micro-blogging site, the report said.

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