Complaint Filed Against Twitter India Head Manish Maheswari For Spreading Communal Hatred


Complaint Filed Against Twitter India Head For 'Spreading Communal Hatred'

A criticism has been filed towards Twitter India’s Managing Director, Manish Maheswari (Representational)

New Delhi:

A criticism has been filed earlier than Delhi Police Cyber Cell towards Twitter India’s Managing Director, Manish Maheswari and a non-profit organisation for allegedly spreading communal hatred.

The criticism filed by advocate Aditya Singh Deshwal and addressed to DCP Cyber Cell of the Delhi Police sought registration of an FIR towards Twitter Communications India Prviate Ltd, Manish Maheshwari, MD, Twitter India, Shagufta Kamran, Public Policy supervisor of Twitter India in addition to Armin Navabi and Susanna Macintrye, the founder and CEO respectively of Republic Atheist.

The advocate cited an image of Goddess Kali shared by the deal with Atheist Republic and mentioned that content material posted by the Twitter customers was not solely abusive however has been posted for the aim of inflicting annoyance, inconvenience, hazard, obstruction, insult, harm, legal intimidation, enmity, hatred and unwell will in society.

“It would also be not out of place to mention here that these posts have been put by the said user deliberately, to outrage the religious feelings of Hindus to insult our religious beliefs,” the advocate mentioned.

In his criticism, the advocate mentioned, “Twitter which is a microblogging website/platform in connivance with Armin Navab and Atheist Republic has been showing this blasphemous content from July 2011. The user profile of Atheist Republic is full of such blasphemous content about Hindu Religion and other religions.

“Twitter however, as a Significant Social Media Intermediary (SSMN) has taken no steps to take away such content material however in a blatant violation of Indian legal guidelines has been performing as an confederate to the crime and displaying such blasphemous and insulting content material. “

The advocate mentioned that Twitter via its platform has intentionally selling hate speech concerning the Hindu faith which is a violation of provisions of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 within the gentle of part 79 of Information Technology Act, 2000 Deliberately no motion has been taken by Manish Maheshwari and Shagufta Kamran to take away such objectionable content material from its platform even after passing of 1 month with the intention of selling communal hatred and disturbing the social tranquillity within the nation.

The advocate has requested to right away register FIR towards all of the accused individuals named in his criticism and urged Delhi Police to arrest them to stop additional fee of the offence.


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