Sonu Nigam fear deactivates own Twitter Account, After Old Anti-Azaan Tweets Resurfaces

Singer Sonu Nigam, who is currently living in Dubai during the coronavirus pandemic, has deactivated his Twitter account, after his old tweets criticising loudspeakers used for Azaan resurfaced online, prompting many users to call for his boycott in the Gulf country.

Nigam made those comments in 2017 in India after he said he was woken up by the morning ‘Azaan’ from the neighbourhood mosque. “When will this forced religiousness end in India,” the singer had asked.

God bless everyone. I’m not a Muslim and I have to be woken up by the Azaan in the morning. When will this forced religiousness end in India

Golf government is taking strict action for anti-Muslim at the moment after Tabliki was discriminated and treated as terrorist.

Princess Hend Al Qassim  a member of the royal family of United Arab Emirates, called out a series of “Islamophobic posts” on Twitter Thursday by a user named Saurabh Upadhyay.

He allegedly used abusive language against the Tablighis, calling them “radical Islamist terrorists”.While Upadhyay seems to have deactivated or deleted his Twitter account, as well as  his mutimilion company website is deleted too. His posts led to a sharp response by Princess Qassimi , she  said anyone “openly racist and discriminatory in the UAE will be fined and made to leave”.

Nepali Sanchar is online based Nepalese Media from Melbourne, Australia. It broadcasts online radio, tv and news portals.

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