The Army man who earlier wrote an open letter to Twinkle Khanna, has now called her out for misinterpreting the use of idiom “bloody nose” by him. In an another hard-hitting post, Sandeep Ahlawat wrote,
“You are also a prolific writer of some repute who has proffered her views on both political and social scene with elan, wit and satire, I had hoped that you will not be sensitive to the use of idiom 'bloody nose' which in military speak means to defeat someone/ standing up for what is right/ giving a good fight (you out of sheer arrogance/conceit did not even refer to a dictionary) going forward we will not be surprised if you do not know the meaning of 'Honour' and 'Pride'. Indian soldiers 'live' and 'die' day in day out by these two words.”
Ahlawat also accused Twinkle of playing ‘woman card’ and ‘bodily harm card’. He also asked her to not to insult the wisdom of the common man as they are the ones who called her out for playing the victim card.
“Your suddenly playing the 'woman card' and 'bodily harm card' has been called out and that too by none other than our own countrymen that too at your own twitter feed ( please don't forget that these people also happen to be your ardent fans/ followers) may that reality check help you to put things in perspective. Ma'am please stop insulting the wisdom of the common man of this new India. India's common man has become a huge force to reckon with, they are intelligent, they have a view and they voice it with a degree of certitude. I am sure this new found confidence of our common citizenry must be pretty unnerving for celebrities like you who stay in big mansions with glass walls,” he wrote.
The serving Army officer also said that Twinkle has broken the law of the land through her improper and derogatory use of word “auction” of Original Naval Uniform.
He also slammed her for using "physical violence'' narrative while again asking her to refer to the meaning of 'bloody nose' idiom. Ahlawat signed the post off as a hurt citizen.
The Army man was reacting to Twinkle Khanna's tweet, wherein she wrote, "As a society do we really think it’s all right to threaten a woman with bodily harm for trying to raise funds for a charity by auctioning a uniform used in a movie,a piece of film memorabilia? I will not retaliate with violent threats but by taking legal action!."
Meanwhile, unfazed by the raging controversy around the Rustom 'uniform' auction, Twinkle Khanna put out another tweet urging people to participate in the auction of Hrithik Roshan's superhero jacket, which he had worn in the movie 'Krrish'