Twitter Sends Notices to Pakistan’s President and Minister for Supporting Kashmir

Twitter has been sending notices and suspending accounts of Pakistanis for raising voice over the ongoing human rights violations in Indian-Occupied Kashmir. In a recent development, the social networking site has sent notices to the President of Pakistan, Dr. Arif Alvi, and Minister for Communications, Murad Saeed, along with several other politicians.

The recent actions by the social media site have sparked reactions among the masses. None other than Minister for Human Rights, Shireen Mazari, called out Twitter for this behavior.

She said that Twitter has become a mouthpiece of the Indian government and said that the action is ‘simply ridiculous.’

Meanwhile, Minister for Communication Murad Saeed was informed by Twitter that it has received a complaint from India that his Twitter account shares content that violates the Indian law. However, the minister stood his ground and said that he cannot be silenced.

Twitter also sent a notice to former Interior Minister, Rehman Malik, for sharing posts over India aggression in the Kashmir valley.

  • جب انڈیا اپنی عوام کو تعلیم دے رہا تھا اور وہ دنیا میں عالی مقامات پر بیٹھے ہیں جبکہ پاکستانی حکومتیں سول اور فوجی اپنی بلا دستی کی لڑایاں لڑرہی تھیں دونوں نے ملک کو خوب لوٹا اور عوام کوی کوئی تعلیمی سہولت نہیں دی ۔۔۔انڈین ٹویٹر اور بڑے میڈیا میں بیٹھے ہیں اور ہم بے بسی سے ان کے شکایتیں کر رھے ۔ بد قسمتی یہ سلسلہ ابھی بھی جاری ھے ۔

  • Ab Bhi Kehte hai ” Enth Ka Jawab Pathar Se Denge ” Jab K Wo Enth Indian #Kashmirrr Pe Maaa_r Raha hai Jo Hum Jawab Nahi De Sakte

  • Ye to Hona tha ” Jab Modi Ko UAE Bahrain Etc ISLAMIC Country Se ” Awards Milenge to Duniya India India India Karigi :

    RIP India

  • ویسے اگر تھوڑی غیرت کرکے ہم پاکستان میں ٹوئیٹر فیس بک اور واٹس ایپ کی سروس بند کردیں تو کیا واقعئ آکسیجن کی کمی سے سوشل میڈیا کے علامے مر جائیں گے؟

  • پرو پاکستانی بتا سکتا ہے کہ ٹویٹر پاکستان سے کتنی کمائی کرتا ہے ؟ میرا خیال ہے کہ اب پاکستان کو ٹویٹر پاکستان میں بین کر دینا چاہئے۔ کیونکہ ٹویٹر جانبداری کا مظاہرہ کر رہا ہے۔ ٹویٹر انڈیا کا سائد لے رہا ہے ٹویٹر کا کوی اور متبادل ہو جہاں پر ہم پاکستانی کشمیریوں پر ہونے والے مظالم دنیا کے سامنے رکھ سکیں۔

    • kis kis chez ko ban krenge ge hum…!!!! we have to be strong Economically so the world considers us.

  • Bewakuf jahil propaki staff twitter bol rha h k transparency k liye bata rhy hein k ye tweet apka kisi ny report kia h lekin hum ny review kia tou apne koi ghalat baat ni ki isliye hum koi action ni ly rhy. Jahilo Pakistani jaahilo English parhna ni ati bewakuf kundzehno? Twitter ny notice sirf ye btayya h k kisi ny report kia h lekin kiun k apne koi ghalat baat ni ki isliye twitter koi action ni ly rha

    • maza agaya yaar, seriously justify keya, abay yeh school nahi gaye bus, her waqat bakwas in logon ki qismat hain or duniya kahan se kahan phunch gaye..

  • It literally says that they have not taken any action because the post didn’t violate any rules. Did you even read the text? It’s the people who reported the post, Twitter just informed.

    • Do u mean even shireen mazari didn’t read the post as well or she lacks the skill?? It looks like the notice says this but if shireen mazari is complaining then i think she would be so illeterate that she is cant even see whats going on

  • fake news people. the notice says the complaint was launched but was dismissed coz it didn’t violate their “terms of use”. #FullStory

  • Hang on! It is NOT the NOTICE that Twitter has sent to the President or the Minister. It is a system generated automatic email which gets automatically sent when someone sends a complaint – I think anyone can send complaint to Twitter and it will either reject or accept it, right? In this case Twitter has rejected the complained and informed the two accounts.

    PLEASE read both letters carefully – all it says is that Twitter “has recieved complaints” but then it could not identify any voilation of the Twitter rules therefore no action has been taken.

    If you agree to what I have mentioned above, please fix the headline.

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