Twitter India briefly suspended various accounts of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad and certain spokespersons of the ABVP on Friday.
BJP Delhi spokesperson Tajinder Pal Bagga alleged that Twitter suspended @ABVPvoice, @bahugunasaket, @irahulshrmaa, @dikshaaverma, @saurabhjnu, and @ABVPdelhi.
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He asked Twitter if freedom of speech was no longer acceptable. When asked why Twitter had suspended the various accounts he responded:
The accounts were later reinstated with reset followers and following lists.
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Saket Bahuguna, National Media Convenor of ABVP, told International Business Times India that his account was reinstated albeit the followers and following lists.
@asmitasarkar30 yes, but the followers & followed have been lost.— Saket Bahuguna (@BahugunaSaket) March 24, 2017
Diksha Verma, a student activist of ABVP, tweeted saying that her account was suspended for raising voice against being molested and "Expose & fight against the anti-nationals."
We asked Twitter about the reason behind the temporary suspension of these accounts but did not receive a response.