Islamabad: Pakistan has a lot of hot peppers with a tweet from Kangana Ranaut, who has declared war on the government of Maharashtra in the Sushant Singh Rajput case. Pakistani journalist Mehr Tarar also raised objections to Kangana’s tweet. However, it is different that she surrounded herself with her “objection”.
The government of Maharashtra vandalized the office of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) in order to create anger against Kangana. Kangana compared this BMC action to Pakistan and vented his anger on Twitter. His same tweet went against Pakistani journalist Meher Tarar.
Dear Kangana, please wage your political / other battles without involving our national name. In Pakistan, the homes or offices of national heroes are not demolished. https://t.co/LmsmE8hymE
– Mehr Tarar (@MehrTarar) September 9, 2020
Objections to the name of Pakistan
Actress Kangana, while posting pictures of BMC’s action, wrote: “Pakistan … killing democracy”. Tarar didn’t like Kangana’s action to connect with Pakistan. He immediately responded by writing, “Dear Kangana, please wage your political battle or any other battle without naming our country”. The homes or offices of national heroes are not demolished in Pakistan.
… and washed users
After this retweet from journalist Meher Tarar, social media users violently targeted him. People asked him why Pakistan shouldn’t be named. One user wrote: “You are right, in Pakistan the houses or offices are not demolished by the government, it is the people who demolish the religious places of the minorities”. Another user mockingly asked who are the national heroes? Dawood Ibrahim, Hafiz Saeed, Osama bin Ladne or Imran Khan. Significantly, the Maharashtra government’s blood pressure rose due to Kangana’s position in the Sushant Singh Rajput case.