After the closure of the Twitter account of US President Donald Trump, BJP MP Tejashwi Surya has spoken about tightening IT firms. They say that doing so is against democracy. He has demanded the government to enact laws to keep these IT firms under control.
New Delhi: In the US Parliament on Wednesday, Twitter closed the account of US President Donald Trump for 24 hours amid a fierce commotion of Trump supporters and violent clashes between the police. At the same time, shortly after removing the ban, Twitter has completely closed Trump’s account. BJP MP in India Tejashwi Surya, while supporting the US President on this matter, has described it as against democracy.
In fact, BJP MP Tejashwi Surya has today threatened the closure of US outgoing President Donald Trump’s account on Twitter as a threat to democracy. They say that when IT firm companies and big-tech companies can do this with the US President, it can happen to anyone.
Tejaswi Surya says that ‘this is a warning to wake up to all those who do not yet perceive any threat to our democracy from big tech companies. They say that for this could not happen in India, we will have to enact stringent laws to control these IT companies.
Tejaswi Surya’s statement came immediately after the closure of Donald Trump’s account by Twitter. He has tagged the Union Ministry of Electronics and IT, raising his voice against the arbitrary and growing dominance of IT companies. Along with this, they have demanded legislation to keep these tech firms under control.
Currently, Joe Biden will be sworn in as the new president on January 20 in the United States. At the same time, Donald Trump will not attend this swearing-in ceremony. There are reports that three former US presidents will attend Biden’s swearing-in ceremony. It includes Barack Obama, George Bush and Clinton.
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