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Wife of Maha CM Amruta Fadnavis apologies for cruise selfie, after Twitter troll

Devdiscourse News Desk | Mumbai | Updated: 22-10-2018 16:46 IST | Created: 22-10-2018 14:52 IST
Wife of Maha CM Amruta Fadnavis apologies for cruise selfie, after Twitter troll
She, however, maintained that the spot where she was sitting was safe. After the video circulated, Amruta Fadnavis had faced trolling on Twitter for allegedly taking a selfie in a risky way. (Image Credit: Twitter)

Amruta Fadnavis, the wife of Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, said Monday that she was ready to apologise after a video, showing her clicking a selfie sitting on the edge of a cruise ship, went viral.

She, however, maintained that the spot where she was sitting was safe. After the video circulated, Amruta Fadnavis had faced trolling on Twitter for allegedly taking a selfie in a risky way.

She was attending the inauguration of domestic cruise liner Angriya here on October 20. "The spot where I clicked selfie was not dangerous because there were two more steps below," she told a Marathi news channel today.

"If anyone thinks I have made some mistake, then I apologise for it," she said. "I want to tell the youth that they should not take excessive risk to take a selfie," she added.


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