The matter was raised
“So @Twitter has decided to reconfigure geography and declare Jammu & Kashmir as part of People’s Republic of #China . If this is not a violation of #India laws, what is? Citizens of India have been punished for far less. But US Big Tech is above the law?”, Gupta wrote tagging Telecom and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad.
Here’s one more example, if you need one @Twitter @TwitterIndia @TwitterSupport. I put location as Leh’s Kushak Bak… https://t.co/mTTdkMRIlo
— Nitin A. Gokhale (@nitingokhale) 1603015532000
Several netizens also asked Prasad and the government to take action against Twitter India.
“No @Twitter this is not a freak happenstance,” Gupta said in another tweet.
“@Twitter @TwitterIndia so according to you Leh is a part of People’s Republic of China,” said a netizen.
“Kindly look into this and take action appropriately. It’s high time that these social media giants be held accountable for their stupidity,” a netizen said asking Prasad to action.
“Please take cognizance of this serious matter and take necessary action against @TwitterIndia. They cannot take Indian sovereignty for granted. Don’t let them normalize this misadventure,” another another Twitterati.