Twitter India Issues Statement After Jack Dorsey Triggers Outrage by Holding Sign That Says ‘Smash Brahminical Patriarchy’

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The petition was filed on Thursday by vice president of Vipra Foundation's youth wing, Rajkumar Sharma, over a photo shared by Dorsey in which he posed with women holding a placard reading 'Smash Brahmanical Patriarchy'.

New Delhi, November 19: Twitter Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Jack Dorsey has been in the headlines for meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress President Rahul Gandhi. But now is facing a huge criticism after holding a placard which reads "Smash Brahminical Patriarchy". The picture of Twitter CEO holding Placard was shared by journalist Anna MM Vetticad in her twitter handle. Narendra Modi Meets Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey in India, Says 'I Enjoy Being on Twitter'.

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Twitter India has released a statement and notified that the organization hosted a closed-door discussion with a group of women journalists and change makers from India to better understand their experiences of using Twitter. Out of the participants, one of the Dalit activists shared her personal experiences and gifted a poster to Jack Dorsey. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Meets Rahul Gandhi, Discusses Steps Taken to Tackle Fake News.

In another tweet, they tweeted that the statement is not from organization nor from CEO, but its a tangible reflection of our company's efforts to see, hear and understand all sides of important public conversations that happen on our service around the world.

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Netizens are angry over Jack's open endorsement about the hate against the Brahmin Community.

Netizens also noticed Barkha Dutt in the picture and remembered her response on the genocide of Kashmiri Pandits in Kashmir by Islamic terrorists.

Jack Dorsey earlier today found himself under the foil of controversy by allegedly offending the social class of India which holds up to 5 per cent of the population of India, as per the recent estimate. As per the Journalist's post, Twitter’s Indian Legal head, Vijaya Gadde was also present at the event. Even if Dorsey was not aware of the term, Gadde should have surely reacted to the term and should have stopped it from going into the platform.