Singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya, whose new 'unverified' Twitter account, created on Monday, has also been debarred, feels 'Johar,' 'Bhatts,' 'Khans'- the A-listers of the BTown are the reason behind the suspension.
While speaking to ANI on the same, the singer said, he played a huge role in casting Pakistani stars out of India, who were brought in by the A-listers of the Film industry.
"Twitter is promoted by people who brought Pakistani stars in India. I have a huge role in casting the Pakistani stars out of India; because I have been raising this issue for long, when Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and Adnan Sami came to this country. Twitter is obliged to the people who brought the Pakistani artists in India - be it Johar, or Khans or Bhatts. They promoted the platform when it came to India. They are the reason behind my account's suspension. You never know, they might suspend by Facebook account too," he said.
While speaking about the abuses people use on the micro-blogging site, he questioned, "speaking about women, how did they get married?"
He even defended himself by saying that, unlike others, he limited his abuses to 'besharam budia' and 'client was not satisfied.'
"I feel bad for Twitter. RIP Twitter. Twitter now is filled with people who question our soldiers, Indian army, our elected leaders and people like Major Gogoi, who support the naxals, speak for Pakistan and who say Kashmir is not a part of India. So, I feel whatever happens is for good. I think I am not of their level. I have never abused on Twitter. My abuses limited to 'besharam budia' and 'client was not satisfied.' Twitter is filled with people, with verified account, who use below the dignity abuses. And speaking about women, how did they even get married? May be their husbands have already taken their last breath."
"I don't need Twitter. If it calls me back, then I will be there and will continue lashing the anti-nationals. I don't need any kind of political or other support. I have the people of this nation with me," he added, "All that is happening here is lobbying, by the anti-nationals, separatists and naxals."
Last week, the singer's account was suspended, following his offensive comments against some female users.
Abhijeet re-joined the micro-blogging site with a new unverified account on Monday and posted a video, where he alleged that people are trying to 'curb' his voice, adding, he will denounce those people who criticize the country and the Indian Army. However, this account has also been suspended.