Twitter hurts Hindu sentiments: IABM takes an innovative action

While posing for a photograph with Twitter's India team, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey was seen holding a poster that read "Smash Brahminical patriarchy".

Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter, a distinguished social media site, abused Hindu sentiments by holding an Anti-Brahman Poster while clicking with political activists.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's India visit has entangled in a dispute after he posed with a placard bashing the Brahman community. The Twitter Co-founder and CEO, who came to India on November 10, toured several places from IIT-Delhi to actor Shah Rukh Khan's house in Mumbai. He also met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama. Nothing created as much news as his Monday event in which he held a poster had a communal touch.

I.A.B.M Founder Vibhor Anand chose to take action against the Twitter CEO and Twitter office in large. He took the initiative to send a thousand postcards with messages from Twitter users that has now gone viral.

Twitter is famous for deleting pro-Nationalist accounts in India and whilst hurting Hindu sentiments, the CEO of Twitter has sparked a huge controversy.

Vibhor Anand has been sending postcards to the Twitter office with messages.

Vibhor is revolutionising the defence for Pro Nationalists. Vibhor also tweeted that he just received informed that TwitterIndia Biased policies and recent insult of them was discussed in the last Indian cabinet meeting and it will be raised in coming winter session, Vibhor hopes that his representation seeking SM regulation is taken seriously as it is need of the hour.

Vibhor aims to send 100,000+ postcards to twitter office in Mumbai in order to teach them the need for being unbiased when it comes to bashing a community.

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