New Delhi: The micro-blogging website Twitter has issued a written apology to the Parliamentary Committee over the Ladakh map error that confirmed the Union Territory in China. Twitter has stated that the errors might be rectified by November 30.
“Twitter’s deposition has are available type of an affidavit signed by Damien Karien, Chief Privateness Officer of Twitter Inc, for fallacious geo-tagging of India’s map,” MP Meenakshi Lekhi instructed PTI.
Lekhi added, “Twitter has now given us a written apology on an affidavit for Ladakh being proven in China.”
“They’ve apologised for hurting Indian sentiments and have sworn to appropriate the error by November 30, 2020,” she acknowledged.
Earlier on November 9, the Union Ministry of Electronics and IT had issued a discover to Twitter for exhibiting Leh as a part of Jammu and Kashmir as a substitute of Union Territory of Ladakh.
The ministry in its discover despatched to the worldwide Vice President of Twitter has talked about that exhibiting Leh as a part of Jammu and Kashmir is a deliberate try and undermine the desire of the sovereign Parliament of India which had declared Ladakh as a Union Territory of India with its headquarter in Leh.
Notably, Twitter had earlier proven Leh as a part of the Folks’s Republic of China after which Secretary Ministry of Electronics and IT had written a letter to CEO of Twitter Jack Dorsey elevating objection to that. In response, Twitter had eliminated the Folks’s Republic of China.
The Central authorities had bifurcated the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir into two Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh on August 5, 2019.