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Twitter suspends 500 accounts after Violence in R-Day Tractor Rally

Twitter has said that it has labeled some accounts. These accounts are being closely monitored. Apart from this, if anyone finds something offensive or inflammatory, he can report about that account and tweet.

Yogita S.

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Published on 28 Jan 2021 4:15 AM GMT

Twitter suspends 500 accounts after Violence in R-Day Tractor Rally
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New Delhi: Twitter has suspended 500 accounts following violence during the tractor parade on Republic Day in the capital Delhi. Twitter has further stated that labels have also been placed on these accounts.

On this action, a Twitter spokesperson said that there is no place on its platform for violence, abuse and threats.

No place for violence and abuse: Twitter

Twitter has said that it has labeled some accounts. These accounts are being closely monitored. Apart from this, if anyone finds something offensive or inflammatory, he can report about that account and tweet.

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Violence in Tractor Rally:

Explain that on Republic Day, farmers in Delhi took a tractor march in protest against the new agricultural law. During the tractor march, there were clashes between police and farmers in which more than 250 people were injured. Barricodes were broken during March.

More than 300 policemen were also reported injured. Internet services were also shut down in Delhi after the violence during March.

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Name of Gangster and actor in news:

The names of two people in the Delhi violence are coming out clearly. One is Punjabi gangster Lakha Sidhana and Punjabi actor-singer Deep Sidhu. On the one hand, Delhi Police is investigating the role of Lakha Sidana for attacking policemen in the violence, while on the charges of inciting violence and hoisting the flag at the Red Fort, they are also investigating. In this episode, the police are searching CCTV footage and identifying the miscreants. So far, 22 FIRs have been registered in different areas of Delhi.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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