Rahul Gandhi slams Modi govt over raids at Twitter office amid toolkit case

New Delhi: Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday said the truth is not afraid, a day after delhi police raided the office of micro-blogging website Twitter in connection with the alleged 'covid toolkit' case. Rahul Gandhi tweeted with the hashtag toolkit that the truth is not afraid.

In fact, BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra had tweeted about the toolkit. Twitter had then termed the tweet as 'manipulated media'. Taking action, the Special Cell of Delhi Police has sent a notice to Twitter. The Special Cell of Delhi Police questioned Twitter what are the facts with the company on the basis of which it described the tweet about the toolkit as "manipulated media". Later, a team of special cell of Delhi Police raided twitter India's offices in Delhi and Gurugram on Monday evening to probe the alleged 'Covid Toolkit' case.

A day after the Delhi Police raided Twitter offices in the toolkit case, Rahul Gandhi wrote in a stern tweet, "Truth is not afraid. ''Also used hashtag toolkit. Sambit Patra claimed to have resorted to a 'toolkit' on the Congress to malign the central government's corona efforts, but Twitter described Sambit's tweet as a 'manipulated media'. The Central Government has since expressed this objection.


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