Toolkit case: Delhi Police issued notice to Twitter on manipulated media tweet

New Delhi: The toolkit case (Toolkit Case) that has hit the headlines amid the corona epidemic is constantly gaining momentum. The Special Cell of Delhi Police in the toolkit case has issued a notice to social media site Twitter on Monday. Delhi Police has asked Twitter to share information about the alleged toolkit and asked why it used the 'manipulated media' tag. The Special Cell of Delhi Police questioned Twitter what facts or information the company has based on which it has termed the tweet about the toolkit as 'manipulated media'.

Earlier, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology had also written to Twitter objecting to the alleged Congress' 'toolkit' tagging some posts against the Modi government as 'manipulated media'. According to sources, the Centre has asked Twitter to remove the tag of 'manipulated media' as the matter is currently under consideration of the law enforcement agency. The Centre said the agency will investigate the authenticity of the content and not Twitter, so Twitter has been asked not to interfere in the investigation process.

In fact, in the toolkit, the Congress has reportedly asked its social media supporters to call the new corona variant a 'Modi strain or an Indian strain'. On May 18, the BJP accused the Congress of spreading confusion among the countrymen during the epidemic and tarnishing PM Modi's image. BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra had said that during corona, when the entire country is fighting the epidemic, the Congress has tried to "humiliate and defame" India all over the world for its political interests. Twitter described Patra's tweet as 'manipulated media".

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