Grievance officer resigns amid Twitter pressure from Indian government, is Twitter ban Confirmed?
Is Twitter ban Confirmed – Tensions between the Indian government and Twitter over the government’s new IT Rules have been simmering for some time. Twitter has been repeatedly warned about this. Even the last notice has been sent. Later on Twitter also took some time in this situation.
Dharmendra Chatur recently joined as a Grievance Officer. He has resigned from that post. The most important point in the new IT rules of the Government of India was the appointment of a Grievance Officer. Who will handle the various complaints coming from this country on Twitter. At the same time, he has to be a resident of this country. If you are a resident of any other country. Such was the condition.
Accordingly, Dharmendra Chatur was most recently appointed as Interim Resident Grievance Officer on Twitter India. But he resigned from the post on Sunday, sparking controversy. And the question arises with this incident. So is Twitter planning something different? The US address and office details are already in place of India’s Grievance Officer on Twitter’s website.
After all, the question is, will Twitter comply with the new IT rules? So should anyone be banned from Twitter in India? However, Twitter says that they are making all kinds of preparations to follow the rules. They have kept in touch with the Indian government in this regard. Only time will tell what the future of Twitter is in our country.