October 21, 2020 9:12:30 pm
Nationwide Fee for Ladies chairperson Rekha Sharma has lodged a criticism with Twitter India after a sequence of tweets towards Prime Minister Narendra Modi and towards the Gandhi household had been posted from her deal with. On Tuesday, Sharma stated her Twitter deal with was hacked. Lots of the tweets contained foul language.
“Twitter had blocked my account yesterday and so they had alerted me on suspicious exercise from my account. I used to be visiting Maharashtra after having acquired quite a few complaints from civil society organisations on circumstances of rape and molestation that had been going down in Covid-19 centres within the state. After I landed in Delhi at 7 pm, I noticed one objectionable tweet and instantly knowledgeable Twitter. I’ll determine on the additional plan of action solely after Twitter will get again to me with their very own rationalization,” Sharma stated.
Other than being trolled for the posts from her Twitter deal with, Sharma was additionally pulled up by social media customers for having raised the problem of “love jihad” in Maharashtra in her assembly with the Governor.
“This has been blown up on social media. I had acquired a lot of complaints from civil society organisations in Maharashtra of pressured marriages, and compelled conversion of women after these marriages. The explanation why I used the time period ‘love jihad’ is as a result of it was used within the complaints from the civil society organisations,” she stated. “I additionally met the Chief Secretary and senior law enforcement officials and so they had been very cooperative on all points,” she additional stated.
Throughout her go to, Sharma raised the problem of a vacant State Fee for Ladies, which is presently non-functional, and that round 4,000 complaints had not be redressed due to this. She additional stated 19 one-stop centres weren’t useful in Maharashtra and there have been 188 pending POCSO circumstances within the state.
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