Diljit Dosanjh in his speech takes a dig at Kangana Ranaut, says, “Hindi main bhi bol raha hun phir badh me Google na karna pade”




Diljit Dosanjh and Kangana Ranaut have been making headlines today after their spat on Twitter.  The two had been seen locking horns on the micro-blogging web site over the present farmer’s protest. The actress was brutally bashed by the singer after she misidentified an old women and stated she is accessible for Rs 100.

Now, Diljit was seen taking a dig at Kangana in his speech and stated, “Hindi main bhi bol raha hun phir badh me Google na karna pade”

Diljit got here out in help of the farmers just lately and he was seen giving a speech when he took a dig at Kangana and stated, “I want to urge the government to accept the demand of farmers. I would also like to urge the media to support us, these farmers are sitting peacefully with their demands, please show that and support us.”

Diljit additional added, “I want to say to the government- Do not divert from the issues. There is no other discussion going on here apart from that related to farmers. Whatever the farmers want, the government should accept. All are sitting peacefully. There is no talk of bloodshed. Everyone twists [facts] on Twitter.” Diljit additionally stated,“Hindi mein bhi bol raha hun, taaki Google na karna pade. Main National media se request karta hun ki jo ho raha hai wahi dikhayein. Sab peacefully baithe hain aur inki demands suni jaayein”





Meanwhile, Kangana had known as Diljit ‘Karan Johar Ka paltu’ and different names when Diljit had bombarded her with tweets asking her to remain on observe and never malign the popularity of the moms of Punjab.  Apart from Diljit, Kangana was additionally bashed by Mika Singh, Prince Narula, Himanshi Khurana and Vijender Singh.

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