After India, Russia also raised the flag against Twitter, accused of inciting anti-national sentiments

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-02-17 22:08:22 IST

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The Indian government has said on Twitter that it should permanently close the accounts involved in the 26 January violence in Delhi. But the micro-blogging site has not taken any action yet.

There has also been a voice from Russia against micro-blogging site Twitter. Like India, Russia has also accused Twitter of inciting anti-national sentiments and causing unrest. 

If India has said this about the violence erupted during the anti-agricultural law movement, then Russia has said this about the movement of opposition leader Alexei Navalny supporters. Russian President Vladimir Putin has made it clear that he will not hesitate to take the decision to discontinue foreign Internet service if the situation worsens.

The Indian government has said on Twitter that it should permanently close the accounts involved in the 26 January violence in Delhi. But the micro-blogging site has not taken any action yet. Due to this, the Indian government has suggested people to opt for the service of an indigenous company. 

Putin has also said that it is possible that Russia may ban foreign internet service. We will use our service instead. We do not want to be cut off from any system but this does not mean that we will bear the loss of the country. Putin said, we will not accept any anti-national act. Putin has also suggested the names of two companies as an alternative.

President Putin has said that Russia will do everything possible to ensure that the country's parliamentary elections to be held in September are completely free and fair. It is feared that with the help of opposition leader Navalni, foreign forces may try to influence the voters of the country. 

But Russia will not let this happen. The Presidential Office of the Kremlin has said that Navalny is the CIA's weapon. Through them, Western intelligence agencies want to destabilize Russia.

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