As Twitter’s Mahima Kaul resigns, Samajwadi Party, AAP and other fringe parties demand ‘didi’ does not leave them
In 2018, few weeks after Twitter chief Jack Dorsey had admitted that his employees have a left-leaning bias, Kaul had started deleting her own tweets which exposed her own political bias.
Twitter sends Mahima Kaul, its director, policy for South Asia to appear before the parliamentary committee
Twitter's director, policy, for South Asia, Mahima Kaul, and other officials are to represent the social media giant before the parliamentary committee today.
Twitter Chief Executive Officer and top officials have declined to appear before the Parliamentary Committee on Information Technology headed by Anurag Thakur which had issued a summons to Twitter via an official letter on February 1st.
Silent protests held at Delhi against Twitter’s left-wing bias and deliberate silencing of opposite ideology
An organisation named Youth for Social Media Democracy (YSMD), which has a right-of-centre ideological leaning conducted a silent protest from Delhi's Saket to Lado Sarai where the regional office of Twitter is situated.