In a strange turn of events, ‘journalist’ Swati Chaturvedi today attacked Islamist Rana Ayyub for her insensitive tweet on the coronavirus outbreak in India.
What is left for a virus to kill in a morally corrupt nation— Rana Ayyub (@RanaAyyub) March 16, 2020
On 16th March, Ayyub took to Twitter to say out aloud that everyone in India is so ‘dead’ from inside because of being morally corrupt, what can a virus kill. As many as 126 people including foreign nationals have been tested positive in India for the COVID-19 coronavirus. This has resulted in three deaths till now. States have been taking precautionary measures to contain the spread of the disease. The bizarre rant as the world battles the pandemic made people call out her hate.
Only a mean soul would tweet this –— pallavi ghosh (@_pallavighosh) March 16, 2020
Shockingly, she was also called out by other people who have in the past themselves displayed their abusive and hateful behaviour.
Swati Chaturvedi, an abusive troll herself masquerading as a journalist, called Ayyub a ‘disgusting person’.
She tweeted another tweet referring to Ayyub as as person having empathy of a doorknob and called her a vile person. Furthering her attack on Ayyub, Chaturvedi said she feels sorry for those who consider her a ‘journalist’.
I feel sorry for those who mistake Ms Ayyub for a journalist. She’s a dodgy opportunist sans any rigour https://t.co/YQQZjWrk1x— Swati Chaturvedi (@bainjal) March 17, 2020
Amusingly, tables seems to have turned recently as till few years back, she thought quite highly of Ayyub.
But then it seems Chaturvedi pointed out Ayyub that she was factually incorrect somewhere after which Ayyub blocked her.
Rana Ayyub claims to have exposed the Gujarat riots cover up of @PMOIndia by the CBI. Yet the “Tehelka” journalist thought the CBI reports to the home ministry. Ms Ayyub blocked me here when I told her that the CBI does not report to Rajnath Singh. 😂— Swati Chaturvedi (@bainjal) March 17, 2020
Now that friends have turned foes, we leave it to our readers to tell us who won this fight.