Government asked Twitter – Do not interfere in investigation

Angry over action on 'toolkit' tweet


New Delhi: The government objected to Twitter running a tag of ‘distorted media category’ with the alleged toolkit of Congress to target the Center over the issue of COVID-19 Has expressed. Sources gave this information. He added that the government asked Twitter to remove the tag of ‘twisted media category’ as the matter is pending with law enforcement agencies.

According to sources, the government has clearly stated that the social media platform cannot pass judgment even when the investigation of the case is going on. The government asked Twitter not to interfere in the investigation process. At the same time, the government told the company that the veracity will be known through investigation and not through the micro-blogging site.


Twitter’s move on Patra’s tweet exposed ‘fake paper maker’ BJP: Congress
According to sources, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has written a strong letter to the global team of Twitter and lodged an objection to the tag of ‘distorted media category’ with the tweet of some politicians. The tweets were allegedly made in the context of a toolkit designed to undermine, derail and defame the government’s efforts against the Kovid-19 epidemic.