Twit­ter

Hindustan Times (Delhi) - - METRO -

“Al­though it was not pos­si­ble for Twit­ter’s se­nior lead­er­ship to at­tend due to tim­ing con­straints, at all times dur­ing the process, we of­fered rep­re­sen­ta­tives from Twit­ter In­dia to at­tend the hear­ing. We also sug­gested that we work with the Lok Sabha Sec­re­tar­iat to find mu­tu­ally agree­able dates for this meet­ing so that a se­nior Twit­ter of­fi­cial can at­tend,” the com­pany said.

Twit­ter added in its state­ment that it will work to find a mu­tu­ally agree­able date for a meet­ing. “We await feed­back from the gov­ern­ment,” the state­ment added.

In a pre­vi­ous state­ment, Twit­ter said that its In­dia rep­re­sen­ta­tives do not en­force pol­icy and that this is done “with im­par­tial­ity” by a “spe­cial­ized global team”.

Thakur’s in­ter­ven­tion wasn’t prompted by protests by Youth for So­cial Me­dia Democ­racy alone. Ac­cord­ing to the peo­ple

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