Vikas Fhatak aka Hindustani Bhau who is an Indian YouTuber and also was a part of the Bigg Boss season 13 has been in news lately. Recently his Instagram account got suspended after he shared a video on his Instagram which triggered many actors from the industry. Many celebrities raised questions and concerns over Vikas’s abusive video. The actors demanded action against it.
Now, after Instagram, Vikas’s verified Facebook page has also been suspended for violating community guidelines. Many users reported his page on Facebook for promoting hatred and communal violence on social media. Many people who reported him on Facebook also shared the screenshots of the same. Users are tweeting on Twitter about Hindustani Bhau’s Facebook page getting suspended.
Here are some tweets :
After Instagram, Hindustani Bhau's Facebook Page Gets Deactivated Due To His Rant Promoting Communal Hatred.. https://t.co/PQEq0hJP2f
— Nadeem Gaur (@Nadeem_gaur92) August 21, 2020
So eventually hatemonger Hindustani Bhau's Facebook Instagram verified accounts have been taken down by the companies for hate speech. Now we are waiting for Twitter to take action against Major Gaurav Arya whose job is to 24/7 spewing venom against Pakistan & Indian Muslims.
— Sehar Shinwari (@SeharShinwari) August 21, 2020
After Instagram, Facebook has taken down Hindustani Bhau's verified page. Good riddance.
— Saniya Sayed (@Ssaniya_) August 21, 2020
Earlier, before the Instagram account of Vikas was suspended, amongst many standup comedian Kunal Kamra in his tweet tagged Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh and Mumbai Police, and reacted to Hindustani Bhau’s video. He shared the video of Hindustani Bhau and wrote, “HM @AnilDeshmukhNCP & @MumbaiPolice, Calling for open violence is a crime. This is a mob building & hate spreading exercise. This is deeply alarming. Could lead to violence & an artist not getting due process. Remarks like “System side main” is an insult to our constitution… ”
Along with Kunal, Kubbra Sait, Farah Khan, Kavita Kaushik, as well as Netizens raised their concerns over the abusive video.