Govinda says tweet on Gurugram violence is not his, claims account was ‘hacked’ | Bollywood

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Govinda has mentioned that his account on Twitter, additionally termed X, was hacked after his tweet relating to the communal violence in Gurugram gathered consideration. The actor took to Instagram on Thursday to refute the claims and mentioned that he has by no means commented on such points. He additionally advised Bombay Instances in a brand new interview that he needs individuals to maintain him ‘out of their politics’. Additionally learn: Govinda might have been the largest famous person, says Rohit Shetty

Govinda clarified that his account has been hacked, hours after screenshots of a now-deleted tweet regarding Nuh violence viral.
Govinda clarified that his account has been hacked, hours after screenshots of a now-deleted tweet relating to Nuh violence viral.

Govinda assures followers his account was hacked

Sharing a video on his official Instagram account, Govinda mentioned, “I want to say that my Twitter account has been hacked so please don’t attribute the Haryana tweet to me. I’ve not posted it.”

Within the accompanying video, Govinda clarified that his account, which is now deactivated, had been hacked, hours after screenshots of a tweet relating to Nuh violence viral. Within the clip, Govinda denied that neither he nor his workforce would do something of the kind. Govinda additionally speculated that the timing of the hack might be associated to the upcoming elections, hinting that political motives could be at play.

He mentioned in Hindi, “To all of the individuals of Haryana, who’re my buddies and followers, I need to say that my Twitter (X) account has been hacked. I haven’t actually been utilizing Twitter for a few years. My workforce has confirmed that they haven’t tweeted something. They by no means share something with out informing me. I’d request cybercell to look within the matter.”

Govinda calls faux information harmful

In a brand new interview with Bombay Instances, Govinda additionally mentioned, “It’s been 18 years since I give up politics, I gained’t slyly tweet to get again into it. This form of faux information is harmful as it might probably result in individuals making assumptions about me. Mujhe Haryana mein exhibits na mile, kaam na mile (Individuals need to guarantee I get no work or exhibits in Haryana)… possibly somebody has an ulterior motive… I need individuals to maintain me out of their politics and agendas. Na major kisike politics mein gaya, na mujhe kisika help mila. Meri movies ko theatres nahi mile (I’ve by no means been concerned in politics, when my movies did not get theatres, nobody supported me). I’ve suffered sufficient.”

A screenshot of the tweet from Govinda's account.
A screenshot of the tweet from Govinda’s account.

Govinda’s alleged tweet

The tweet that went viral was a reply to a tweet, which had a video the place retailers have been being attacked in Gurugram. It mentioned, “Muslim retailers have been looted by mob in Gurgaon (Gurugram).” To which the actor had allegedly replied, “What have we come all the way down to? Disgrace on the individuals, who name themselves hindus and do such issues. Aman aur shanti banaye, hum democracy hai, autocracy nahi (Please stay peaceable; we’re a democracy, not autocracy)!”

Haryana violence

Clashes broke out in Haryana’s Nuh earlier this week after a procession led by Hindu teams passing by means of the district was attacked. The assault led to the Haryana authorities imposing prohibitory orders below part 144 of the Code of Legal Process in Nuh and Gurugram, however the violence unfold to neighbouring Sohna and finally, to Gurugram later.

Earlier actors equivalent to Dharmendra and Sonu Sood had reacted the riots, which happened in Haryana. Taking to Twitter or X, they shared their ideas for these affected by the violence. Dharmendra had mentioned, “Apne watan mein, teri duniyan mein mujhe aman sukoon bhaichara chahiye (I need peace and brotherhood in my nation, in your world).”

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