Congress's second letter to Mark Zuckerberg within 15 days, seeks response for FB hate speech

New Delhi: The Congress Party has written a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Saturday for the second time within fifteen days. Congress has questioned him what steps have been taken by Facebook in India on the allegations of discrimination. In this, the Congress has claimed that WhatsApp has been voluntarily allowed by Zuckerberg's Indian team to break the offensive language and fabric of India's social harmony.

At the same time, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi has accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday, as well as said that it has taken possession of WhatsApp. He said that this platform needs approval from the Modi government of the Center to start a payment service in India. Rahul Gandhi has tweeted, citing media reports, that "America's Time magazine has revealed the collusion of WhatsApp-BJP".

Rahul Gandhi says "Since when WhatsApp wants the approval of the Modi government to start a paid service used by 40 crore Indians". Therefore, WhatsApp is in possession of BJP. WhatsApp social media is owned by Facebook Inc. Earlier, on August 16, Rahul Gandhi had alleged that the BJP and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) had Facebook and WhatsApp under control in the country.

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