Filmmaker-director Anurag Kashyap constantly targeted the central government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi by tweeting on Friday night amid protests in various parts of the country against the citizenship law.
Anurag said on Friday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is beyond emotions.
In a tweet made in a very sharp language, he wrote, “Our Chief Servant, our Prime Minister, the Prime Minister’s servant @narendramodi is deaf, dumb and beyond emotion. He is just a gimmick who can give speeches, the rest It does not belong to him. He is neither seen nor heard. He is busy learning new lies right now. “
Earlier, he alleged that ‘government-backed anti-social elements start a riot and then the police breaks down on the public’.
In another tweet, he alleged that the BJP government is behind all this situation.
On Friday, he retweeted the tweet from the official Twitter handle of the Prime Minister’s Office and questioned PM Modi.
In the PMO’s tweet, Prime Minister Modi was quoted as saying, “In the last five years, the country has strengthened itself so much that such goals can be set and achieved.”
To this, Anurag commented, “How strong have you got? How will you get it? You are an eloquent speaker. There are no two opinions in this. But the country will not run with things; figures, facts and figures are something”.
A lot is being said on social media about the citizens associated with the film industry regarding the citizenship amendment law. Some artists are openly opposing this law, while some artists have also supported. At the same time, the silence of some artists is being questioned.
Anurag Kashyap is one of those celebrities who are constantly speaking about the Citizenship Amendment Act. He had also tweeted on Thursday that the country is once again witnessing emergency. He said this while sharing the tweet of Uttar Pradesh DGP which said that the demonstrations have been banned.
Even after the Jamia violence, artists like Anurag Kashyap, Manoj Bajpayee, Parineeti Chopra, Vicky Kaushal, Richa Chadha, Dia Mirza, Vishal Bhardwaj, Farhan Akhtar, Hrithik Roshan openly tweeted criticizing the police and the government.
On the other hand, artists like Vivek Agnihotri, Paresh Rawal, Ashok Pandit, Payal Rohatgi are constantly questioning the protest.
On Saturday morning, Vivek Agnihotri tweeted a news of the Times of India, writing – “Spreading misinformation, inciting and inciting violence (especially to uneducated minorities) is not only illegal, but is unethical crime. If there is a democratic religion, So it is a sin. If the constitution is only a book, then it is blasphemous. “
While sharing a tweet on the citizenship law, Paresh Rawal wrote – “Please read and explain to those who are venturing on absurd violence”.
Filmmaker Ashok Pandit tweeted Saturday while taking a sarcasm at the protests, “These so-called protests show that there are many people like Rahul Gandhi in our great country.”