Updated: September 13, 2020 10:55:16 am
Twitter has taken down former interim chief of CBI and retired IPS officer M Nageswara Rao’s tweet during which he termed the demise of social activist Swami Agnivesh a “good riddance”.
Twitter mentioned the tweet violated its guidelines in opposition to abuse and harassment and has briefly restricted a few of the account options.
Rao, a 1986-batch IPS officer who served in CBI till July 2019, earlier than retiring as D-G, Fire Services, Civil Defence and Home Guards, on July 31, had tweeted on Friday evening: “GOOD RIDDANCE. You had been an Anti-Hindu donning saffron garments. You did huge harm to Hinduism. I’m ashamed that you simply had been born as a Telugu Brahmin…Lion in sheep garments. My grievance in opposition to Yamaraj is why did he wait this lengthy!”
Why did this one tweet by @MNageswarRaoIPS asking Hindus to not mourn demise of Agnivesh who solely villified hinduism HURT commies, congis, xihadis a lot?
Now,collectively they have his account blocked
Let’s observe him en mass to offer a befitting reply to this terror cabal..! https://t.co/THPBN39YvR pic.twitter.com/mFbAuw5NiL
— Ritu (सत्यसाधक) #EqualRightsForHindus (@RituRathaur) September 12, 2020
The publish was severely condemned by Bandhua Mukti Morcha, the organisation of bonded labourers Agnivesh had based, whereas BJP nationwide basic secretary P Muralidhar Rao mentioned that “Hindu custom” means not discussing “detrimental issues” instantly after demise. Issues of legacy may be mentioned later, he mentioned.
Responding to his tweet on Agnivesh, Indian Police Foundation, an impartial think-tank on policing and regulation enforcement posted on Twitter: “Tweeting such hate messages…he has desecrated the police uniform and embarrassed the federal government. He demoralises all the police pressure…particularly younger officers.”
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