Twitter India Managing Director Manish Maheshwari was called by the police to the Loni police station for questioning in the viral video of Ghaziabad beard cutting. In response to this letter from the police, Twitter India has said that Manish Maheshwari is available through video conferencing. At the same time, the police has expressed displeasure with this reply of Twitter and has sent another notice. Let us tell you that many cases are registered against Twitter in Loni police station. It has also been said from Twitter that they do not want to talk on this matter. Police has sent another notice to Twitter, seeking information about the Twitter account from which the video was first posted and went viral.
Notice to the Managing Director of Twitter India to come to Loni police station
Significantly, the police had sent a legal notice to the Managing Director of Twitter India for allegedly "spreading communal unrest" in connection with the recent thrashing of a Muslim man in Ghaziabad. Manish Maheshwari, the managing director of Twitter in India, was called to the Loni police station to record his statement. While issuing a notice to Maheshwari, it has been told that a case has been registered against Twitter India in Loni police station under several sections. In this, through Twitter, some people have used their Twitter handle to spread hatred in the society and no cognizance was taken by Twitter in this matter.
9 people have been arrested
The Uttar Pradesh Police had registered a case against Twitter, news portals and 6 people after a video of an elderly man beating went viral. In the video, the elderly Muslim was narrating after he was allegedly attacked by some people. The Ghaziabad police had told in this case that the accused were angry with the 'talisman' which was sold to them by Abdul Shamad Saifi (victim). The police have arrested four people in this case. At present, the police have arrested a total of 9 accused in this case. Presently the investigation of the case is going on