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Wednesday, 10 February 2021

Government warns Twitter: We will take action if controversial Twitter handles are not stopped.

Government warns Twitter: 






We will take action if controversial Twitter handles are not stopped.











The four-cornered farmers' movement is currently the subject of discussion. For more than two months now, farmers have been protesting against the government. The central government has taken a tough stance on the Twitter hashtag of genocide of farmers.


                                                                               
Symbolic image The four-cornered farmers' movement is currently the subject of discussion. For more than two months now, farmers have been protesting against the government. The central government has taken a tough stance on the Twitter hashtag of genocide of farmers. The government has also sent a notice to Twitter on the issue. In a notice, the government said it would take action if Twitter did not comply. In fact farmers are agitating against the three agricultural laws. Large numbers of farmers have gathered, especially on the borders of the country's capital Delhi.



Violence erupted on January 8 during a farmers' tractor rally in Delhi. On the other hand, security has been tightened at Delhi's borders. Even on Twitter, people continue to express their views on the peasant movement. On the same issue, people are tweeting on Twitter recently with the hashtag Farmers Genocide. The hashtag Farmerginoside is being run on Twitter. The government has instructed Twitter to take action against such accounts who have tweeted with this hashtag.



However, Twitter later resumed the accounts itself. In view of this, the central government has issued a notice to Twitter and said that Twitter must abide by the government's instructions, otherwise action will be taken against it. The government said in a notice, citing a Supreme Court ruling, that Twitter could not rule like a court. The notice said the content was posted on Twitter with the hashtag Farmerginoside, which was factually incorrect and was intended to incite hatred.

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