Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi alleges ‘BJP controls WhtasApp’

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has once again launched a major attack on the Modi government (BJP). Rahul has alleged the Modi government that it controls the social media platform WhatsApp.

Rahul Gandhi (File Photo)

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has once again launched a major attack on the Modi government (BJP). Rahul has alleged the Modi government that it controls the social media platform WhatsApp.

Referring to a report in Time magazine, he said that 40 crore users in India use WhatsApp. WhatsApp wants this platform to be used to pay money in India as well. For this, he needs the permission of the Modi government. In this way, BJP has control over WhatsApp.

Facebook and WhatsApp in India:

Let us tell you that the headline of this report of Time magazine is, “Facebook’s relationship with the ruling party of India hinders its fight with hate speech.”

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has cited this report of Time magazine to keep his point and let us also tell you that this report is related to the business and hate speech of Facebook and WhatsApp in India.

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Rahul targets BJP:

If Time magazine reports, India is the largest market for Facebook. Its users here are 32.8 crore people, while the number of WhatsApp users is 40 crore.

The report said that these two platforms are used many times to spread hateful statements and hate.

In the recent past, Rahul Gandhi had said that we will never let the hard earned democracy be damaged through fake news, hate speech and favoritism. He also said that every Indian should ask questions on the revelations of the Wall Street General.

In fact, the whole matter was such that the Wall Street Journal published a report on August 14, stating that Facebook had not acted on the provocative speech of BJP leaders because it was afraid of affecting their business in India. .

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