Twitter vs Government IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad Gave Clear Warning to Twitter in Parliament

new Delhi: In the midst of a war between the Indian government and Twitter over the rules, IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has once again given a stern warning. Ravi Shankar Prasad has clearly stated that social media platforms in India will not be allowed to have double standards. Whoever violates the rules will not be spared. In response to questions in Parliament, the minister said, “If these platforms are misused, Twitter, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or WhatsApp will be taken action.”

‘Indian laws have to be followed’

Twitter (Twitter) And other social media institutions giving a clear message to IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad (Ravi Shankar Prasad) Said, ‘You work in India. You have millions of followers here. We respect him. Make money but you have to follow Indian laws and constitution. Red Fort on 26 January by IT Ministry (Red fort) But the IT minister’s response came after expressing strong displeasure over Twitter’s conduct after insulting the tricolor.

Double standards not allowed

The IT minister said, ‘Our department is in touch with Twitter after requesting talks, so I did not want to comment on this issue outside. He questioned that when US Capitol Hill violence happens, social media platforms come under the purview of police investigation but when the same happens on the Red Fort, then the same platforms go against the Indian government? The Red Fort is a symbol of our pride. We will not allow these double standards.

Action set to spread fake news

The IT minister said, ‘How can you trend hashtags supporting the massacre? We respect social media very much. It has empowered the common people. Social media has a big role in Digital India program but action will be taken if social media is misused to spread fake news.

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Committed to media freedom

Commenting on the government’s commitment to freedom of expression, the minister said, ‘This government is led by leaders who have fought for freedom of individuals, freedom of media, freedom of judiciary. We are fully committed to the freedom of media, but playing with the sovereignty of the country will not be tolerated. On fake news on social media platforms, the minister said that the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has a cell to expose fake news.

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