A hashtag is becoming increasingly viral in India about banning Twitter, about which the central government is also looking strict in action, let us tell you that #twitterBanInIndia is becoming increasingly viral in India, regarding this matter India’s IT and Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has given his response, in the case of beard of a Muslim elder in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, the social media company has also given its reaction on Twitter for registering a case of inciting religious sentiments.
The filing of the case on Twitter suggests that the exemption given to him from legal action as an intermediate has ended, because he failed to follow the new digital guideline made in 2021 within the stipulated time period.
IT Affairs Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said on Wednesday that the social media company deliberately violated Indian laws regarding the case registered against Twitter for inciting religious sentiments.
Prasad gave this reaction on the Indian company Koo App. Prasad said, “Many questions have emerged regarding the legal protection provisions given to Twitter. That’s why now people are running # to ban Twitter in India, which is going viral very fast.