Twitter withholds Pakistan govt's account in India for the second time

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The Twitter account of the Pakistan government has been withheld in India. This is reportedly the second such incident in recent months. This account was withheld earlier in July as well but had been reactivated and was visible. According to Twitter guidelines, the microblogging site takes such action in response to a valid legal demand, such as a court order.
Published 2 months ago · India

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