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Model, VJ and Bollywood actress Mini Mathur took to Twitter and sent out a tweet questioning Prime Minister Narendra Modi's move on demonetisation and in a span of a few minutes, people trolled her for questioning the motives on demonetisation. After all the trolls were done, Mini Mathur replied to several tweets like a boss and proved that she's no push-over when it comes to voicing her own opinion!
She sent out a tweet saying, "Dear prime minister . Nobody has any money to buy anything. What's the plan sir?" Immediately people replied to her in harsh tones.
One user ended up calling her 'Poor'. "Sorry to hear that. I can donate a few hundred rupee notes as charity! One must always be kind to poor people, my mother said."
Another user called Mini Mathur a 'Rich Beggar'. "Wow!! Rich beggars started coming out. Look at her house and now she is worried about poor people. Right Mrs Kabir Khan?"
This is when Mini Mathur started fighting back! A Twitter user said she must use her 'partners' credit card instead. "Use ur husband's debit card or credit card, do you run your house entirely on black money?."
Not letting this go down easily, Mini replied to the tweet as, "Surprise surprise. Women have started going to work. Yay! We have our own cards. You can crawl out from under your rock now."
However, Mini Mathur did not let all these abuses hurled at her drown her own voice. She sent out another tweet and said, "Ridiculous that every tweet questioning governance is read as anti BJP and hence pro congress/AAP. I'm only PRO NATION you dolts! Get THAT."
Dear prime minister . Nobody has any money to buy anything. What's the plan sir?— Mini Mathur (@minimathur) November 22, 2016
Ridiculous that every tweet questioning governance is read as anti BJP and hence pro congress/AAP.— Mini Mathur (@minimathur) November 22, 2016
I'm only PRO NATION you dolts! Get THAT.