Ghaziabad Police asked the head of Twitter India to appear in the police station, if he does not appear then there will be big action
Police notice to the head of Twitter India
- Police asked Twitter India head Manish Maheshwari to appear at Loni Border Police Station on June 24
- Notice was sent in the case of video of an elderly beating going viral in Ghaziabad
- The police wrote in the notice – it was within the jurisdiction of the MD of Twitter that he could have stopped this false news from spreading.
New Delhi: Ghaziabad Police has asked Twitter India head Manish Maheshwari to appear at Loni Border Police Station on June 24, the notice states that you are responsible for whatever activity is happening in the tweet, even after giving instructions. Couldn’t delete the tweets, you understand and are bound by Indian law.
A notice has been sent by Uttar Pradesh Police to Twitter India Head in the case of video of beating of an elderly man in Ghaziabad going viral, on behalf of Ghaziabad Police, Twitter India Managing Director Manish Maheshwari by 10:30 am on June 24 Notice has been given to appear personally at Loni police station.
Manish Maheshwari of avoiding cooperating with the investigation, police said that they are not satisfied with Manish Maheshwari’s reply to Twitter, a news portal and in connection with the circulation of a video of an elderly man beating up in Ghaziabad. A case was registered against six people.
Ghaziabad Police had tweeted
Let us tell you that the Ghaziabad Police had tweeted that the allegations regarding the video are fake, the Ghaziabad Police also wrote in the notice that it was within the jurisdiction of the MD of Twitter to stop the spread of this false news. were, but they failed to do so.
Significantly, in a video shared on social media, an elderly man had accused four people of killing him, cutting his beard and forcing him to chant ‘Jai Shri Ram’ in Ghaziabad’s Loni area.
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