Twitter led BJP politician T.T. Removed a tweet from Raja Singh that was posted in September 2017. In a tweet taken on a video, a BJP member of the Telangana Legislative Assembly (MLA) urged Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and the country’s citizens to remove the Rohingya Muslim immigrants. The 42-year-old politician also used the hashtag #DeportRohingyaMuslims. He posted a similar message on Facebook that eventually prompted the social media giant to be permanently banned from the platform.
Tweet deployment of No longer available for access by Singh on September 12, 2017 and shown with a message stating that it has been violated Twitter Rule. Techcrunch Report The social network took action after being questioned about the three-year-old tweet.
“Twitter has zero-tolerance policies to address threats of violence, abuse and harassment and hateful conduct. If we identify accounts that violate these rules, we will take enforcement action. Upon investigation, the referenced tweet was acted upon for violation of our policies, ”a Twitter spokesperson told Gadgets 360.
Twitter said that under this Hate behavior policy, It does not tolerate abuse or harassment of people on the basis of religion, age, race, disability or disease and carries content that violates our Twitter rules including dehumanization of language. Compared to Twitter, the last reporting period, it recorded a 47 percent increase in the number of actions taken Noted In its latest transparency report.
Singh was seen in the tweet encouraging his followers to share the message so that every “Hindu and” [other] Indians ”will see it. However, this was not the first time a politician made a suspicious comment on social media. For similar posts, Facebook earlier this month Decided to ban him From its platform and Instagram.
“We have banned Raja Singh Facebook Announcing the move against the disputed BJP leader, a Facebook spokesperson said, “For those violating our policy who promote violence or engage in violence and hate the presence on our platform.”
However, Leo Claimed On Twitter that he had not been using Facebook since April 2019 and thus the ban did not matter.
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