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Divyanka Tripathi hits back at a troll who poked her for questioning the unhygienic sanitary conditions of hospitals

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Divyanka Tripathi is one such actress in TV-town who is known for speaking her mind fearlessly. The actress is often seen winning millions of hearts with her posts on social media. However, she also gets attacked by the troll army for a few of her posts. The actress has surely learned now as to how to give a befitting reply to the trolls.

Being a celebrity, Divyanka took light upon the hygiene problem in hospitals, because the outbreak of coronavirus resulted in the hospitalization of several people. The trolls tried to overshadow her post with comments about the million other problems that the country is facing right now. After a troll slammed Divyanka by saying that there have been lots of people who flouted the Junta Curfew even, the actress got back at the dismissive troll with a befitting reply.

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It all started with Divyanka posting a cryptic post, where she urged netizens to sign a petition in order to bring a change in some hospitals. In her post, she posted a picture of the ugly condition of Quarantine Centers in India. Soon after her post went viral, a troll commented and tried to blame people for such behaviour, which resulted in such conditions of hospitals. Take a look at the series of tweets here below.

A troll posted out saying Divyanka to take a break as there have been people who did not follow the Junta Curfew even on Sunday, March 22. To this Divyanka agreed that flouting the rules was stupid, but still, the hygenic conditions of the hospitals had to be pointed out.

The actress was last seen sharing screen space with Karan Patel in ‘Yeh Hai Mohabbatein’ and she had also released her web series with Rajiv Khandelwal i.e. ‘Coldd Lassi Aur Chicken Masala’. She is yet to make the announcement of her next project.

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