Farah Khan pens down a letter to Kangana Ranaut saying Rangoli Chandel implied ‘Genocide of Muslims’ in her tweets

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Rangoli Chandel has been in the headlines since her Twitter account has been suspended. After her Twitter suspension, sister Kangana had sent out a video message on Saturday where she defended Rangoli. Now, Sussanne Khan’s sister Farah Khan who had originally reported Rangoli’s Tweet wrote back to Kangana saying that even though Rangoli didn’t use the word ‘genocide’ she implied the same with her tweet.

Farah took to her Twitter to post a lengthy note that she penned down to Kangana. The jewellery designer wrote that Rangoli used the word ‘Nazi’ while writing about the Moradabad killings and through her tweets implied the genocide of Muslims. She explained that her reaction to Rangoli’s tweet was because she specifically used the word “Nazi” along with “Mullahs and secular media” in her tweet.

The letter further read, “The word Nazis is synonymous with Genocide of the Jews where, as many as 6 million Jews were targeted and exterminated in the Holocaust because of Hitler and the Nazis which eventually lead to World War 2. So using the word Nazi is totally inappropriate, hateful and goes angainst the rule of law. I reported her tweet to Twitter amongst others because she “implied Genocide” by that word when she spoke of killing.”

The tweet read, “My dear Kangana, Yours truly Farah Khan Ali”

Well, it will be interesting to know what Kangana and Rangoli have to say about this.

Till then you guys stay tuned to this space for more updates, news and gossip.

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