"Diljit Dosanjh And Kangana Ranaut Indulge In Twitter-War, Again!".
Actress Kangana Ranaut and Singer Diljit Dosanjh once again indulged in an online feud after the ‘Queen’ actress took a dig at Dosanjh with some fresh tweets on the ongoing farmers’ protest in India against the Centre’s new farm bills and the Punjabi singer called her “obsessed”.
Kangana Tweeted to Diljit, it read, “@diljitdosanjh Ji I am simply asking what exactly you don’t like about the #FarmBills2020? For example, I like the fact that now farmers can sell their products anywhere in the country, just how you can earn money anywhere in the country, I also like the fact they can choose to skip the middle man and sell their products directly to corporates or consumers, everyone feels these are revolutionary steps taken by the government to help the miserable condition of farmers in India, then why are you provoking protests? Please help me understand your POV”
Replying to Kangana, singer Diljit, “By the way, I don’t think I owe you any explanation...Now stop pretending to be an authority on all matters. Great...Still, it seems like you are obsessed with me...so here you go, take some time and listen to this...”
“This is how you all have been misleading innocent farmers, who are this man in the video making up stories if this happens then that will happen and if that happens then this might happen. Why is he indulging in fear-mongering based on his own assumptions? Stop misleading farmers” wrote Kangana in rebuttal.
Earlier, Kangana had accused Diljit and Priyanka Chopra and tweeted, “I want that Diljit Dosanjh and Priyanka Chopra who have been seen as local revolutionaries by the farmers, should at least make one video for the farmers on what they should be protesting. After provoking farmers, both have now disappeared and now look at the condition of the farmers and the country.”
Within a few hours, Diljit wrote back to the actress, “Forget about disappearing.. but who gave her the right to decide who’s a traitor or nationalist of this country? Where is this authority coming from? Before calling farmers traitors of this country have some shame at least.”