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Soni Razdan Says Lockdown Getting 'inhuman' After Cars Allegedly Impounded In Mumbai

Soni Razdan said lockdown was getting 'inhuman' after cars were impounded in Mumbai by the CRPF as restrictions to curb the COVID-19 situation in the city.

Soni Razdan says lockdown getting 'inhuman' after cars allegedly impounded in Mumbai

Numerous relaxations have been made for Lockdown 4.0 against COVID-19, but rules have been same for numerous areas with high number of cases. Mumbai, being the most affected city in the country due to coronavirus, the police is still taking efforts to enforce the restrictions. However, some of the steps taken by the government did not go down well with Soni Razdan recently. 

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The actor took to Twitter and responded to a tweet by Mumbai Police where it claimed action will be taken on vehicles and people travelling in the city. She asked if buying necessities like food and groceries were also not allowed. Claiming that the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) was impounding cars, the Raazi star asked ‘what is going on’, tagging Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray. 

Here’s the tweet 

Soni also hit out at a troll who pointed to her ‘privilege’ and ‘drama’, claiming that everything was being provided at the doorsteps. She urged him to find something ‘more worthy to counter attack.'

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She wrote that the lockdown was getting ‘inhuman’ with people walking back home with heavy groceries after their cars were impounded. She termed it as an ‘insane way’ of dealing with the city, Soni added that ‘harassing and traumatising’ people who were merely doing grocery shopping while following all rules was ‘simply idiotic !

She also hit back at another netizen who spoke about her ‘entitlement’ on the actor's tweet about CRPF going on a 'rampage.' She stated that her issues were not with the force doing its job, but in ‘harassing’ people. 

This is not the first time that Soni Razdan has expressed her grievances on Twitter. Earlier too, she had questioned the closure of shops during the lockdown. She had also expressed her displeasure on the continuation of the coastal road construction. 

On the same day, Ranvir Shorey too had taken to Twitter after being stopped by Mumbai Police when he had accompanied the husband of his domestic help to the hospital for her delivery. After alleging ‘harassment’ and that the cops were planning to file an FIR and impound his car, the actor thanked the force after they let him go without any action.

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