Meera Chopra approaches Cyber Crime police in Hyderabad to take action against NTR fans for abusing her

Meera Chopra is one of the talented heroines in the film industry struggling to make a career back in South and her last film is Section 375.
Written By Anoop Sai Bandi | Updated: June 03, 2020 10:29 IST
Meera Chopra approaches Cyber Crime police in Hyderabad to take action against NTR fans for abusing her

Meera Chopra, the heroine of Pawan Kalyan's Bangaram interacted with her fans on Twitter. We already informed about NTR fans abusing her online for not talking about NTR. She told that she does not know NTR and added that she is not a fan of him. Meera expressed her love for Mahesh Babu. Meera is upset that NTR fans are abusing her and she tagged NTR in her tweets.
 
"I didn't know that ill be called a bitch, whore and a pornstar, just bcoz I like @urstrulyMahesh more than you. And your fans will send my parents such wishes. Do u feel successful with such a fan following? And I hope u don't ignore my tweet!!" she posted.
 
Meera did not stop there and continued her fight against abusers. She decided to file a complaint on them. She attached some screenshots and wrote, "This is a deleted tweet by @ntrbheem9999. Attaching the screenshot. @hydcitypolice @CyberCrimeshyd. I would like to report this person and various otjer abusive and death threatning tweets on my timeline. @twitter. i request you to suspend this account!"
 
She added, "Well i didnt know not being somebodys fan was a crime.. i want to say this loud to all the girls that if you are not a fan of @tarak9999, u could be raped, murdered, gangraped, ur parents could be killed as tweeted by his fans. They r totally spoiling the name of their idol."
 
"So anybody can come abuse u, ur parents, call u names, threaten to gangbang u.. and u do nothing??? Let these people abuse more women fr expressing their views." she asked.
 
"Just want to inform everybody who supported me, complaint has been filed against all the abusive tweets. Ntr fans cannot cyber bully any woman. " she concluded.
 
 


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