Jazzy B's Twitter account gets blocked by Twitter on request of the Government!

written by Ritika Nath | June 08, 2021

Punjabi singer Jazzy B’s Twitter has been blocked in India. The singer is frequently active in support of farmers protesting against the government's agriculture laws and, in December last year, he had also joined the framers protesting on the borders of the national capital. Other than Jazzy B three other accounts are also blocked by Twitter India. These accounts are ‘geo-restricted' which means they can be still be accessed from IP addresses outside the country - after a legal demand from the government on Sunday.

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In a statement, Twitter said, “When we receive a valid legal request, we review it under both the Twitter Rules and local law. If the content violates Twitter's rules the content will be removed from the service. If it is determined to be illegal in a particular jurisdiction, but not in violation of the Twitter Rules, we may withhold access to the content in India only”
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"In all cases, we notify the account holder directly so they're aware that we've received a legal order pertaining to the account. We notify the user(s) by sending a message to the email address associated with the account(s), if available," the statement added. Jazzy B took to his Instagram handle to share the confirm this and captioned the post as, “I will always stand for the rights of my people.” ALSO READ: Kadir Thind shares the first look poster of his new song ‘Ik Din’!
In another post by Jazzy B, he shared a picture of him worshiping in front of Guru Granth Sahib and he captioned the picture as, "Waheguru ji🙏🏽 I don’t fear physical death, but when my conscience dies, that is real death #neverforget1984 #kisanmajdooriktazindabad"
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This is not the first time that Twitter accounts were blocked or withheld for tweeting in regards with Farmers protest. Earlier in February 2021, about 250 accounts were blocked for several hours as per the Government’s request.

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