After Rahul Gandhi, Union Minister also writes a letter to Mark Zuckerberg, accuses biasedness
By Kunika Chaudhary
Ravishankar Prasad, Union Minister of Law and Justice, Electronics and Information Technology and Communications wrote a letter to the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, and drew his attention to the current situation.
Facebook India is getting in lots of trouble lately and facing accusations of supporting BJP. Even Rahul Gandhi, one of the major leaders of the Congress party accused Facebook India of being soft with BJP. Now, BJP is ready to take its stand about this whole situation. So, Ravishankar Prasad, Union Minister of Law and Justice, Electronics and Information Technology, and Communications wrote a letter to the founder of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg and drew his attention to the current situation. Ravishankar Prasad presented his opinions and facts about the whole situation. In his letter, he accused Facebook India employees who abused the PM and senior ministers but they didn't face any consequences and are still seated at their position.
He also alleged that in 2019 during the General Elections in India, he was informed that there was a concerted effort by Facebook India management to not only delete pages or reduce their reach but also offer no right of appeal to the affected people who were supporting the right-of-centre ideology. He claimed that there are many position holders who are biased and affected by a particular ideology of other parties.
His letter to Zuckerberg confused people as on one side, other parties are blaming Facebook to support BJP and on the other side, BJP leader is writing a letter to the founder. We will get to know the truth as the Parliamentary Committee will interrogate Facebook India's representative.