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The government turned a blind eye to Twitter, saying it tried to suppress the largest democracy

Twitter and the central government have now come face to face. The controversy between Twitter and the central government is growing over the Delhi Police raids on Twitter India’s Delhi and Gurugram offices and the new IT policy. The government has released a press release on the indigenous micro-blogging Koo app with Twitter against Twitter for raising the issue of freedom of expression over the government’s new IT guidelines.

Government’s red-eye against Twitter

The government has turned a blind eye to Twitter by releasing a press release on the Swadeshi micro-blogging Koo app. Twitter has been attacked by the Ministry of Information and Technology for releasing a statement on the indigenous Koo app.

The government’s post on the Koo app with Twitter makes it clear that it wants to send a strong message to Twitter. In a statement, the government said in a statement that Twitter was an attempt to suppress the world’s largest democracy. The ministry said Twitter had refused to accept the government’s new IT rules and had acted as a safe haven for any criminal activity in India.

The government took to Twitter to discuss freedom of expression

Twitter raised the issue of freedom of expression regarding the new IT rules and on the same issue, the central government has asked sharp questions to Twitter and has surrounded Twitter. The government said Twitter, which speaks of freedom of expression, shares anti-India false news, texts. Even in the Indo-China border dispute, the tweet described Ladakh as part of China, and it took a long time to rectify the mistake.

The rules of India do not determine the foreign company

The government said a foreign, private, for-profit organization like Twitter does not have the exclusive right to protect freedom of expression. The foreign company does not decide what the rules of India should be. Twitter is just a social media platform and its social media rules are the sole responsibility of the government. It is not Twitter’s job to decide what the IT and social media rules should be in India.

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