Kamaal Rashid Khan: Kamal Rashid Khan (KRK) is once again in the headlines for his tweet. In his new tweet, KRK has urged Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Chief Mohan Bhagwat to allow him to join the RSS if needed. Let us inform that recently KRK has been released on bail after his arrest in a controversial tweet case.
KRK wrote a note to Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat on his official Twitter handle, stating that he wanted to join the Sangh if he needed him.
“I am ready to join ‘RSS'”
— News24 (@news24tvchannel) September 19, 2022
KRK also tagged the RSS chief along with Devendra Fadnavis in the tweet. The tweet read, “Hon’ble @DrMohanBhagwat ji, if #RSS needs me, I am ready to join @RSSorg. @Dev_Fadnavis” (sic)
— KRK (@kamaalrkhan) September 19, 2022
KRK had made another tweet a few days before this tweet in which he wrote that to stay safe in the country one needs to be a politician and not an actor. Social media users have given their reactions to KRK’s recent tweet. One user wrote that this is nothing more than a joke. Another user wrote that if RSS and Maharashtra Home Minister Devendra Fadnavis are happy with him (KRK), he will not have to face any more action.
I am considering to join a political party soon. Because to stay safe in the country, it is important to be a leader, not an actor!
— KRK (@kamaalrkhan) September 15, 2022
On the other hand, regarding KRK’s tweet, some users also reminded him of his old tweet in which KRK had criticized the RSS. KRK had said in a 2016 tweet that one day these communal organizations like VHP, RSS, Bajrang Dal etc. will completely destroy India and then the whole world will boycott India.
Don’t fall in his trap… He is the no.1 hypocrite… Using situation according to his favor pic.twitter.com/zIEKalGNoI
— NaagSai P (@PNG144) September 19, 2022
Let us inform that KRK was arrested by Versova Police in Mumbai on 26 August following the order of 24th MM Court Borivali, Mumbai. After this, KRK was produced in the court from where he was sent to judicial custody for 14 days. He was granted bail on 9 September.