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Quitting Twitter, says Sonu Nigam after Abhijeet's account suspended

Quitting Twitter, says Sonu Nigam after Abhijeet's account suspended

Sonu Nigam, before quitting Twitter has posted a series of tweets.

Twitter took the step after users accused the 58-year-old singer of using "inappropriate" and "insulting" language. Those offended are the anti-national elements. He earlier did inflammatory tweets against journalist Swati Chaturvedi.

The singer had received strong criticism on the social media site for a series of provoking tweets against Swati Chaturvedi, a famous journalist, who had registered a police complaint against him previous year in July. This lead to arrest of Abhijeet. Abhijeet later got bailed out by his son, during which the singer apparently broke down.

But those tears were not shed for long, he even said he would repeat his words if he wished to.The singer did this again to JNU student Shehla Rashid. However, Raheel became a target back then as well, because of his Kashmiri connections and was only spared when he expressed his frustration on Twitter and asked people to complain with Twitter Safety account!

Abhijeet Bhattacharya had previously retweeted about the JNU student, "There is rumor she took money for two hours and didn't satisfy the client... big racket".




She thanked everyone for the support by tweeting.

Singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya has always been in news for his controversial statements and tweets.

He also backed Paresh Rawal for his comments over Arundhati Roy and tweeted, "A woman can endorse a picture of Gautam Gambhir in the front of the army Jeep, & Paresh Rawal, Criticized for doing d same to someone else". However, several Twitter users have extended their support for Abhijeet Bhattacharya and questioned the micro-blogging site for its biased behavior.#IStandWithAbhijeet is trending on Twitter. Tell me your cage no? "I hope I never need to return here to Clarify, but I never say Never.!"

Well it is not cleared that the decision of Twitter is temporary or permanent.

Talking about senior actor Paresh Rawal, he recently wrote in a tweet asking author Arundhati Roy to be tied to an army jeep, suggesting she be used as a shield in a manner similar to the way a man was used in Kashmir in April.