A disagreement broke out between Karnataka’s Dwelling Secretary D Roopa and a Twitter person over bursting of crackers on the event of Diwali. In keeping with experiences, Twitter later suspended the account of the person named ‘True Indology’.
Roopa had on November 14 written a Fb publish asking why individuals have an issue with a ban on firecrackers. Roopa stated that she is left aghast to see ‘some mental, extremely educated and respectable residents’ violating the bans.
“Ban on crackers in Bengaluru is for this yr alone, given COVID scenario. Why cannot for one yr we abstain ourselves from using crackers? Are we so hole that our pleasure relies solely on crackers? There are a lot of methods to have a good time Deepawali. Gentle diyas, meet individuals, trade mithai…however no, adamant individuals solely need crackers. How unreasonable!” she wrote in her publish.
I’ve stated sufficient on cracker ban. Some have argued,questioned,abused,accused,challenged. I’ve replied to every considered one of u with persistence,addressing even points on loudspeakers tht serving officers aren’t comfortable abt. See my “tweets and replies” fr all ur repetitive questions. ShubhRatri
— D Roopa IPS (@D_Roopa_IPS) November 16, 2020
When she shared the Fb publish on her Twitter web page, a number of customers began questioning her. They requested Roopa whether or not she is going to increase her voice in opposition to the customs of different religions.
One amongst them was ‘True Indology’. The person claimed that crackers have been talked about in historic scriptures. Roopa strongly contested this and requested the person to submit a proof to attest the declare. After a long-drawn-out tussle, ‘True Indology’ deal with was suspended by Twitter.
Who’s D Roopa
IPS officer D Roopa Moudgil had shot into the limelight in 2017 after she uncovered particular remedy being offered to to All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (Amma) chief V Ok Sasikala in jail. Roopa, who’s presently the Dwelling Secretary – Authorities of Karnataka, had accused the then Director Common of Police (Prisons) HN Sathyanarayana Rao of indulging in corruption to assist Sasikala.