Twitter suspends Hard Kaur’s account over Khalistan remarks

12:25 PM | 15 Aug, 2019
Twitter suspends Hard Kaur’s account over Khalistan remarks

MUMBAI - Twitter account of  the Indian rapper Hard Kaur has been suspended after she posted a video in which Kaur is seen using abusive words for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah.

The video went viral on social media in which the singer challenged PM Modi and Amit Shah while siding with the Khalistan supporters. Kaur along with Khalistan supporters appeared in the 2.20-minute clip and also spoke in favour of the Khalistan movement.

"You use people! You use armies and people for your personal agenda," Kaur said in the video. She goes on to allege that the two have not only "threatened" her, but also her family, friends and fans. "Why (are) you doing all these girly things? Like sedition charge,  we re gonna rape you... we re gonna kill you...  Come and fight like a man," she challenged the two Indian politicians."

Khalistan is a group of Sikh community people who are demanding a different country for themselves in Punjab and the singer too is supporting the group.