Why did 'Zubair', who accused Nupur Sharma, have to delete his 28 tweets?
Why did 'Zubair', who accused Nupur Sharma, have to delete his 28 tweets?

New Delhi: Alt News co-founder Mohammad Zubair, who runs his agenda in the name of FactCheck, has deleted several tweets from his official Twitter handle. Zubair has removed these tweets from his handle at a time when his Hinduphobic tweets are becoming increasingly viral on social media. Regarding Zubair's Twitter activity, The Hawk Eye has given information by tweeting. In his tweet, The Hawk Eye showed how Zubair's tweet figure has come down to -2 on an average of 44 tweeters a day. The graph visible in the tweet shows that on June 20, Zubair has deleted 28 tweets from his Twitter handle.


According to the report of Opindia, 28 controversial tweets are currently missing from Zubair's account. But, some social media users have old tweets of Zubair, which they have deleted from their Twitter. Obviously all these tweets of Zubair were soaked in Hindu hatred. Now it is not clear what were all those tweets which Zubair removed on June 20. 

Let us inform that on June 13-14, many social media users had seen some posts of Zubair and accused him of desecrating Hindu deities. Zubair even deleted his Facebook account after being constantly trolled due to his old post. In Zubair's old post, a joke was made from Lord Shri Ram to Shivling.


Zubair's Facebook deletion was also reported earlier by The Hawk Eye. Sharing screenshots of many of Zubair's posts, he wrote that, 'It is easy to make fun of others' God, religion, culture and scriptures, because it does not get any results. But the irony is that this tweet has been done by the same person, who carried out an incident that disturbed the entire country and the violent devastation is still going on.

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