If you have been following Payal Rohatgi, you probably know that her Twitter account has always been synonymous with controversial activity. Recently, the actress' Twitter account was blocked by Mumbai Police's official account. Irked by this, Payal sent an email to BJP President Amit Shah stating that a professional organisation cannot do this. The actress has shared the details of her mail to Amit Shah on her social media. Payal Rohatgi Apologises after a Controversial Statement on Chatrapati Shivaji Results in Severe Political Backlash - Watch Video.
Rohatgi posted pictures of her email on her social media. In her email, Payal wrote, "I feel it very appalling and shocking that being a tax paying Indian citizen something like this could even happen to me when Rohingya immigrants are heard by Supreme Court of India."
The former Bigg Boss 7 contestant also stated that actor Ajaz Khan shared a derogatory video targeting her. According to her post, he also called her by abusive names and spoke about Islam. Payal states that she shared the video tagging Mumbai Police hoping that they could take an action against him.
Check out Payal Rohatgi's email here:
I have emailed @AmitShah Sir. My safety is in my hands I guess as I am being treated very badly even though I have done nothing to deserve this kind of treatment by the government institutions 🙏 #PayalRohatgi pic.twitter.com/ufb0We8eMB
— PAYAL ROHATGI & Team -BHAKTS of BHAGWAN RAM (@Payal_Rohatgi) July 11, 2019
Payal tweeted screenshots of her email saying, "I have emailed @AmitShah Sir. My safety is in my hands I guess as I am being treated very badly even though I have done nothing to deserve this kind of treatment by the government institutions." In her email, Payala has also shared details about her residence stating that the locality of Versova is "Muslim dominated" and that she has been previously threatened too. . Former Bigg Boss Contestants Gauahar Khan and Payal Rohatgi Block Each Other After Ugly Twitter Spat.
There has been no response from the Mumbai Police account to this yet. While Payal's concerns about being harassed online may be genuine, the content of her email is controversial no less. Her comparison of getting blocked by the Mumbai Police twitter account to the Rohingya crisis is shocking.