The Indian government has requested the Twitter administration to close the account of Federal Minister Murad Saeed’s account as he tweeted on the worst of the occupied valley.
According to the details, the Modi government is disturbed by Pakistan’s statements on Indian atrocities and calls for suppressing voices from Pakistan on Kashmir issue.
India has launched an attempt to shut down politicians’ social media accounts after many tweeted against Modi government’s brutality.
In his statement on Twitter, Murad Saeed said, “Indians in Kashmir will not remain silent on atrocities. We will expose Indian aggression around the world.”
On receiving a complaint from the Indian Interior Ministry, the Twitter administration contacted Murad Saeed and informed him of the complaint made by India.
India rejects request to close Murad Saeed’s Twitter account.
Remember that the Indian Home Ministry requested the Twitter administration to close the eight Twitter accounts belonging to Pakistan.
It should be remembered that these eight persons, including senior anchor Person Arshad Sharif, were constantly exposed to Indian atrocities.
After this, the media had suspended the accounts of one hundred seventy Pakistanis who had taken up to social media, while Arshad Sharif, senior anchor of ARY News, was also sent a notice to delete the tweets.