Wokeflix exposed Delhi-based coaching institute Vision IAS' Hindumisic teachers and posted multiple videos on Twitter.
After exposing Hindumisic teachers in Delhi-based coaching institute Vision IAS for the last four days, Twitter has suspended Wokeflix on Tuesday (March 1).
Multiple videos were posted by Wokeflix on Twitter, exposing the Hindumisic nature of Vision IAS' tutors.
Expressing his shock, noted film director Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri posted on Twitter, "Absolutely unacceptable behaviour by Twitter. @Wokeflix_ is punished because he exposed 'brainwashing institute called @vision_ias'. Do you know it's happening to all our warriors – because they are more united and determined to silence us. This is time to fight for your rights."
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Kapil Mishra said that Wokeflix's Twitter account was suspended for showing the truth. "Very clearly a targeted campaign is going on. Suspended @wokeflix_ now for showing truth and facts," he posted.
In a video clip that has since gone viral, Vision IAs' tutor Smriti Shah could be heard saying that when Islam started coming to India in the 7th century, it generated a huge response as it talked about liberalism and a society free from evils of discrimination and oppression. She further added that 'Bhakti Cult' was started as a response to it.
In another video, she could be heard saying that the feeling of Hindu Rashtra gives rise to the violent behaviour of Hindus. She also says that Hindu Rashtra's feeling gives rise to Hindus' antagonism towards religious minorities.
What has shocked many is the blatant disregard for the Bhakti movement in the country and the inherent Hinduphobia in Smriti Shah's teachings.
In yet another video, another tutor from Vision IAS could be heard saying that Aurangzeb demolished the Kashi Vishwanath temple as there were complaints about illegitimate activities going on there. The tutor added that Aurangzeb demolished the temple after some good priests complained.
In a late-night statement on Sunday (February 27), Vision IAS justified the arguments of tutor Smriti Shah. Terming tutor Shah, an "esteemed faculty and member", Vision IAS, said, "The discussion in point is only focused on one possible reason for the rise of the Bhakti cult and that too in a particular time period."