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Twitter Suspends Rahul Gandhi’s Account

Twitter Suspends Rahul Gandhi’s Account

Twitter has temporarily suspended the account of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. Last evening, Twitter had removed the picture shared by Rahul Gandhi of the girl’s parents in the Delhi Cantt alleged rape-murder case. Probably action has also been taken on his account in this case.

Informing about the temporary suspension of Rahul’s Twitter account, the Congress tweeted from its Twitter handle, “Rahul Gandhi’s account has been temporarily suspended and necessary process is underway for its restoration.” He said, “Till the account is restored, he will be associated with you through other platforms of social media and will continue to raise his voice for the people and fight for them. Jai Hind.”

Rahul Gandhi today congratulated Neeraj Chopra and Bajrang Punia for their Olympic medals through Instagram instead of Twitter. There were speculations that his account would be suspended due to Rahul not tweeting. Later, the Congress party itself confirmed this by tweeting. Although it has not been officially told why the action was taken on Rahul’s account.

Rahul Gandhi had gone to meet the girl’s parents on Wednesday after a case of alleged gang rape and murder of a nine-year-old Dalit girl came to light in Delhi Cantt area. Rahul assured of help and justice to the victim’s family. Seeking justice, Rahul Gandhi tweeted a picture of the girl’s parents.

BJP criticized Rahul Gandhi for tweeting the picture. At the same time, the National Children’s Commission had complained about this tweet to Twitter. According to the rules, the identity of the victim and the victim’s family cannot be revealed in a rape case.

Taking action after the controversy and complaint, Twitter not only removed the tweet containing that picture, but also took action on Rahul Gandhi’s account. Recently, when Rahul Gandhi shared this picture, after that the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights sent a letter to Twitter and Delhi Police asking for action in this matter.

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