New Delhi: The deadlock between the government and microblogging sites Twitter has started because of the hashtag of ‘violent’ activities on Twitter during the violence at the Red Fort. Officials of Twitter have been summoned by the Indian government to trend ‘violent hashtags’. The Government of India has asked six questions from Twitter, to be answered today. In its question, it has also been asked by the government that there are different scales for India and Western countries from Twitter.
The six questions asked by the government are-
- The government has clearly told Twitter that whatever rules and conditions you apply for your business, but you have to follow the Constitution and law of India in India.
- On behalf of the government, Twitter has been told that we respect freedom of expression and the right to criticism, but freedom of use of words like genocide to incite violence cannot be given. Misuse of words and hashtags of genocide against the government in the name of freedom of expression cannot be allowed.
- The government has made it clear to Twitter that they are free to do their business and business in India but efforts to spread violence through Twitter cannot be discounted.
- The government has asked that in the US, when Capitol Hill was surrounded and violence erupted, Twitter stood up against such an act, but in Delhi, when the Red Fort was insulted by the national symbol and violence was spread, Twitter spread violence Those who supported the fanatics, their crazy ideas were expanded through hastags, two scales cannot be used for the same event.
- Police were attacked in the Capitol Hill incident in the US, this incident was condemned through Twitter, but when policemen were attacked, beaten and beaten on the ramparts of the Red Fort in the capital of the country, then through Twitter Agenda was launched against the policemen and the government, why did Twitter stay silent?
- Why do Twitter have different scales for the world’s largest democracy, India and Western countries?