Faizal Siddiqui's Tik Tok Account Banned For Glorifying Cruelty Against Women

Tik Toker Amir Siddiqui was recently in news over his debate on Tik Tok vs YouTube, the controversy recently re-emerged after Amir posted a video challenging Youtuber Carryminati to roast him. Now Amir’s brother Faizal Siddiqui landed himself in a legal trouble after his video on acid attack was seen by National Commission for Women (NCW) Chairperson Rekha Sharma. Not only the officials, netizens too criticized Faizal for glorifying acid attack on girls, reportedly, Tik Tok India has now banned Faizal's account on the grounds of multiple community guidelines violations. A spokesman from Tik Tok stated, “Keeping people on TikTok safe is a top priority and we make it clear in our Terms of Service and Community Guidelines that clearly outlines what is not acceptable on our platform. As per the policy, we do not allow content that risks safety of others, promotes physical harm or glorifies violence against women. The behaviour in question violates our guidelines and we have taken down content, suspended the account, and are working with law enforcement agencies as appropriate.” Many celebs came in front and appealed to Ban Tik Tok, including real-life acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal, on whom Deepika Padukone-starrer Chhapaak was based, Laxmi slammed the social media influncer, posting a video on TikTok, she said “Dosto Nafrat failane vale ko aap sab support kar rahe hai ab apko ye sikhaya ja raha hai tezab kese dale chiii”

20th May 2020 | 04:22 PM (IST)