Richa Chadha Tweet: Bollywood actress Richa Chadha is in the headlines again. But this time the actress got involved in controversy due to her statement.
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Richa Chadha tweets: Bollywood actress Richa Chadha is known for her impeccable style. This actress openly expressed her opinion on every issue. But this time his opinion seems to be overtaking him. This actress has come under the target of people due to one of her statements. Richa is quite active on social media. The actress recently tweeted about the army. Which seems to be a problem for them. People are accusing Richer of insulting the army after his tweet. Seeing the matter escalate, Richa came forward and apologized.
Richa Chadha apologized
Seeing the growing backlash against her tweet, Richa Chadha apologized and wrote – I didn’t mean to hurt anyone. I apologize if my three words offended anyone. If knowingly or unknowingly I feel this way, I will be sorry. I understand that when one’s son is martyred, the whole family is affected. That’s why it’s a passion for me.
— Richachadha (@richachadha) November 24, 2022
What was the whole thing?
Speaking on the whole issue, Northern Army Commander Lt Gen Upendra Dwivedi on Tuesday said that the Indian Army is ready to carry out orders to take back Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. Commenting on the statement, Richa tweeted, ‘Galwan says hi’. This tweet of the actress has put her in trouble.
After this, BJP leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa tweeted, ‘Insulting tweet. It should be withdrawn soon, it is not right to insult our armed forces. However, after seeing the controversy over her tweet, the actress deleted it and apologized for her statement.
Richa Chadha is the target of people
Let us inform you, after Richar’s tweet, people say that Indian army fought bravely with Chinese army in Galvan Valley, the actress made fun of their bravery. People on social media are taunting her as a B grade heroine. The actress has come under a lot of trolling on social media.
To install disrespectful tweets. Should be withdrawn as soon as possible. Insulting our armed forces is not acceptable. https://t.co/eetOjHrDor
— Manjinder Singh Sirsa (@mssirsa) October 23, 2022