BJP MLA Raja Singh says he has no Facebook account after being banned


Naveen S Garewal
Tribune News Service
Hyderabad, September 3 

After Facebook and Instagram barred Telangana’s BJP MLA T Raja Singh from their portals, Singh who represents Goshamahal Assembly section in Hyderabad mentioned he doesn’t subscribe to social media.

“I just got to know that all accounts operating on my name have been taken down. I’m very happy about this as they don’t belong to me and may have been opened by some supporters.” 

But he later mentioned he would ask Facebook to permit him to begin a Facebook web page as this was a “neutral platform” and he would promise to stick to all guidelines of the web portal. 

It was earlier reported that Facebook had taken down the account for selling hate in opposition to Muslims.

Both Facebook and Instagram are owned by Mark Zuckerberg. Facebook has been below assault for displaying a bias in direction of the BJP by enjoyable its guidelines pertaining to hate speech. 

Raja Singh instructed the media in Hyderabad that he had not used Facebook for the previous two years and that “his official account was taken down in 2018 itself and I haven’t had an account since then”.

He mentioned there have been a number of accounts being run below his title and he had introduced this to the information of Facebook a number of occasions. 

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), an American enterprise newspaper, had on August 15 revealed a narrative that mentioned one specific publish by Raja Singh had been labeled as “dangerous hate speech” by staff of Facebook.

This publish pertained to Rohingya Muslim, about whom it was mentioned “these immigrants must be shot”, calling them “traitors”.  

Raja Singh accused former Congress president Rahul Gandhi of creating false statements in opposition to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP utilizing social media platforms, whilst he wished to train his proper to be on Facebook.  

In one other video message, Singh requested if Facebook and Instagram had been working below the Congress occasion’s stress. He mentioned he had written a letter to Hyderabad Police Cyber Crime division on October 8, 2018 that his official Facebook verified web page was hacked.

He once more began a brand new web page which “was unpublished/ deleted in April 2019”.  

In an announcement, he reiterated, “So, since April 2019, I’m not on Facebook itself, so no question of banning (me). Is Facebook working under the pressure of Congress,” Singh mentioned in a short assertion.

He demanded that accounts of Congress and All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) ought to be deleted from social networking websites.  

But he later mentioned that he’ll write to Facebook to let him open a Facebook account by promising to stick to all guidelines and laws. Stating that Facebook was a impartial platform, linking it with BJP was not truthful. 

 



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