Punjabi singer Babbu Maan’s Twitter account suspended in India over THIS reason

His Twitter profile showed that the account has been withheld over legal responses.

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In the latest development, the Twitter account of Punjabi singer Babbu Maan has been withheld in India by the government. As fans decided to wish singer on his birthday, his Twitter profile showed that the account has been withheld over legal responses.

Till now, no official confirmation has come out on why his account has been suspended. There are speculations that from last few days, Babbu Maan has been receiving death threats allegedly by the Bambia gang. Owing to legal demands, Twitter took an action and suspended his account in India. Maan had more than 2 lakh followers on Twitter. Apart from this, just a month back few miscreants were arrested who were planning to kill Babbu Maan. All this has started after murder of slain Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala.

Recently, Twitter account of BBC News Punjabi was withheld in India by the government. The Twitter account of BBC News Punjabi was suspended in India due to its anti-India propaganda. All these account suspensions have come up after crackdown against Amritpal Singh began on 18th March 2023. At First, pro-Khalistan MP and Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) chief Simranjit Singh Maan’s Twitter account was withheld over a legal demand.

Prior to this, various Pro-Khalistan Twitter accounts were withheld in India. Some Twitter accounts of famous foreign leaders who are significantly known for anti-India comments were suspended in Indian to maintain harmony in the country. These Twitter accounts include Canada’s New Democratic Party leader Jagmeet Singh, Canadian poet Rupi Kaur, the voluntary organization United Sikhs, and Canada-based activist Gurdeep Singh Sahota. As soon as their accounts are searched on Twitter it shows that these accounts have been withheld in response to a legal demand. Reportedly, these accounts were suspended as a development after there has been a significant rise in attacks by Khalistani elements in foreign countries.


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