In addition to blocking the account of the Minister of the Union; Shashi Tharoor’s post also tweeted action

New Delhi: Shashi Tharoor has taken to Twitter following the Union’s IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad. The move comes after congressional deputy Shashi Tharoor told Twitter that the parliamentary committee would seek an explanation.

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Tharoor, who is also chairman of the Standing Committee on Parliamentary Affairs on TI, said he would seek an explanation on Twitter about the blocking of the Union minister’s account. Tharoor said he would ask about the guidelines to follow when working in India.

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He said he was in a similar situation and took to Twitter for about an hour. Tharoor responded by retweeting Ravi Shankar Prasad’s tweet.

Raviji, I had the same situation. The DMCA will check. Shashi Tharoor tweeted that she had deleted a tweet shared by Bonnie M’s Rasputin Dance pointing out the copyright issue. Later, he tweeted that his account had been blocked.

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The account of Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has been blocked by Twitter for sharing a copyrighted song on Twitter.

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