I just got a ‘call’ – Richa chadha’s tweet after the statement on Galvan, then apologized

Richa Chadha Tweet: There has been a lot of ruckus on a tweet by actress Richa Chadha. However, seeing the controversy increasing, the actress has apologized.

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Richa Chadha Tweet Controversy: Film actress richa chadha has to apologize for allegedly insulting the Indian Army. Retweeting the tweet containing the statement of a high officer of the Indian Army, the actress wrote, “Galwan ne Hi bola hai.” Richa created a ruckus on seeing this tweet. Condemning the statement of the actress, many leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party demanded an apology from her. Meanwhile, Richa tweeted that she had received a ‘call’ from someone. A few hours after this tweet, he tweeted his apology statement.

Who called Richa Chadha?

Richa Chadha made a tweet on Thursday around 10 am, when there was an uproar over her strong statement. He wrote in the tweet, “Just got a call. I have closed the reply so did not know. Bye everyone.” It is believed from his tweet that someone called him and informed him about the entire controversy. Actually Richa has closed the option of replying to him on Twitter. In such a situation, she would not be getting the comments of those people on her tweets, whom she does not follow. Although the actress has not said anything about who made the call.


Screenshot of Richa’s tweet

Why did Richa Chadha’s tweet create ruckus?

In fact, on November 22, Lieutenant General Upendra Dwivedi, the head of the Northern Command of the Indian Army, was reacting to Defense Minister Rajnath Singh’s statement regarding PoK. During that time he said, “As far as the Indian Army is concerned, it will follow any order of the Government of India. Whenever such an order is placed, we are always ready for it. The army is always ready that the ceasefire should never break because it is in the hands of both the countries, but if it ever breaks, we will give a befitting reply to them.

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Screenshot of Richa’s tweet

Lieutenant General Upendra Dwivedi’s statement was posted from a Twitter handle, which was quoted by Richa Chadha. He wrote, “Galvan has spoken high.” There is a ruckus about this tweet. BJP leader and MLA from Maharashtra Ram Kadam said that for the sake of coming in the news and publicity, will she insult the soldiers of our country. What happened to them? Our answers are protecting the country day and night by staying away from their families. He said that the whole country wants him to apologise. Many other leaders criticized Richa’s statement. Along with this, he was also targeted on social media.