Jihadi Trolls Abused and threaten Suchitra Krishnamoorthi with rape For Speaking Against Loudspeaker Use During Azan

Suchitra Krishnamoorthi, who has starred in films such as Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa opposite Shah Rukh Khan. The actress-singer tweeted about morning Azaan recently and sparked off the debate all over again.

Here is what she tweeted:

In the last two days, Suchitra has been at the receiving end of unbelievable vitriol with Muslims openly abusing her in the worst possible manner, questioning her morality for coming home early morning, and labeling her as a prostitute.

Suchitra shared a graphic containing some of the abuse she has received: (WARNING: Extremely vulgar language)

media which claims to stand up for liberalism, freedom of expression and progressive values has painted Suchitra Krishnamoorthy as the aggressor in this case

Where are the champions of freedom of expression now ?

2 thoughts on “Jihadi Trolls Abused and threaten Suchitra Krishnamoorthi with rape For Speaking Against Loudspeaker Use During Azan

  • July 26, 2017 at 12:17 pm
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    Shouldn’t these people who used abusive words like r@nd1 for Suchitra be found out & taught an appropriate lesson lawfully. Is freedom of expression comes into effect only for people from a particular community? These are self-centric people who thinks whatever shit they do is right & no one has the right to raise their voice, even if it bothers millions of others. I think we have been a secular country for just too long now….Hindus need to reclaim their identity back because we are getting branded as too soft as a community…

  • July 26, 2017 at 2:10 pm
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    This is high time and I think the right time for Hindus to wake up and stand united against the dirty practice of the dirty and ugly sound in the morning which is disturbing every non muslims. We cannot tolerate anymore on this.Also we cannot be secular anymore. Dear bros respond to this as our sisters are threatened directly. I strongly condemn this terrorist activity.

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