Kamaal R Khan vs Mayawati, KRK said ‘Tell sister to clean the toilet | Trolling on Twitter. #ArrestKRK is trending on X.

Kamaal R Khan, also known as KRK, is an Indian actor, producer, and writer known for his work in Hindi and Bhojpuri cinema. On the other hand, Mayawati is a prominent Indian politician who served as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh for four terms. She is the national president of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP).

KRK recently made a controversial tweet about Mayawati, saying, “Behan ji ne tikat diya! Kaun hai Behan ji? Behan ji ko bolo shauchalya saaf karen! Yahi aukat h uski!” After this tweet, users started trolling him for his way of judging Mayawati. People from SC, ST, and other categories also trolled him for these types of words for Mayawati. Not only this, but KRK’s replies to users were also controversial. He replied to the trolls in a very fearless way.

one of the replies is here…

Is KRK going to jail again, just like in 2020 ?

He was arrested in 2020 for similar types of cases as he is doing now on Twitter. Here are some tweets that got him into trouble:

1 – Tweets about Irrfan and Rishi Kapoor: KRK was arrested for his controversial tweets about late actors Irrfan Khan and Rishi Kapoor, which were posted in 2020.

2 – Tweet about Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli: KRK claimed in a tweet (which he later deleted) that Anushka Sharma was the reason behind cricketer Virat Kohli’s depression.

3 – Tweets during the release of ‘Shivaay’ and ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’: During the release of these two films, Ajay Devgn said that KRK was paid by Karan Johar to badmouth his film ‘Shivaay’. This led to a Twitter war between Ajay Devgn, Karan Johar, and KRK.

What does the SC/ST Act say?

The SC/ST Act, enacted in 1989, is a law in India that protects Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) from discrimination. In the case of KRK, his controversial tweets from 2020, which were deemed communal and targeted Bollywood personalities, led to his arrest. He was booked under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the Information Technology Act, in addition to the SC/ST Act.

In KRK’s 2024 case, if his tweets were found to be in violation of the SC/ST Act, it could potentially lead to serious legal action.