Faizal Siddiqui, Tiktok star in the news for his controversial video on acid attack promotion on girls.A cybercrime complaint launch against Faizal Siddiqui for the acid attack video on Tiktok.Faizal Siddiqui is the brother of Amir Siqqiqui. Tiktok VS Youtube war was going on between Amir Siddiqui and Carry Minati. Now again Siddiqui brothers are in the news with the latest video.
After launching complain against Faizal Siddiqui, he removed the video from his account. Faisal Siddiqui has 13.4 million followers on his tiktok account. The video went viral on all social media platforms.
Faizal Siddiqui’s video is circulating on all social media platforms. Faisal is throwing liquid on a girl who betrayed him. The liquid resembles of acid here. In the next scene girl with heavy distorted makeup is showing. Her makeup is showing injuries like an acid attack.
Delhi BJP MLA Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga wrote on the twitter about the video to National Commission for Women(NCW) Chairperson Rekha Sharma.
Rekha Sharma requested Maharastra DGP to block the Faizal Siddiqui from the tiktok.
This not the first time people wants to ban tiktok.But nowdays tiktok is in news for the wrong influencing and content.It is raising a serious concern for goverment that is it really a influencing platform?The way people are using social media for creating the hype is right or wrong.During the lockdown Boys Locker Room is the biggest example of social media misuse🔥189
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