Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh, however, denied the allegations, saying the state government had ordered an inquiry into the BJP’s IT cell tweets.
On Tuesday, former Maharashtra chief minister and BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis tweeted several foreign celebrities about the farmers’ movement near Delhi, with Sachin Tendulkar and Lata Mangeshkar (Lata Mangeshkar) in support of India targeting the Maharashtra government for investigating his tweets. . However, Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh denied the allegation, saying the state government had ordered an inquiry into the BJP IT cell’s tweets, not by cricketer Tendulkar and singer Lata Mangeshkar.
It is noteworthy that Deshmukh said that the state intelligence department would investigate whether some celebrities did not tweet about the peasant movement under pressure. In the Maharashtra Assembly on Tuesday, Tendulkar and Mangeshkar tweeted “against India propaganda and”, “India united with the hashtag” and several top personalities, including Tendulkar and Mangeshkar, tweeted on social media, “united”.
He said, “Is it wrong for India to unite in this country? Someone stood up and complained to the Home Minister.” Fadnavis said Deshmukh should think twice before taking action on such allegations. Deshmukh, however, denied Farnavis’ allegations. The minister said, “I did not talk to Tendulkar or Mangeshkar about the investigation. I asked them to investigate the IT cell of the political party, whose names I am not naming.” Said it was the BJP’s IT cell.
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