खुलासा – मोदी जी विपक्षियों, पत्रकारों, अभिनेताओं को गालियाँ, अफवाहें फैलाने का काम खुद ही संचालित करते हैं।

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ब्रिटिश अखबार GUARDIAN ने खुलासा किया कि मोदी सरकार ने विपक्षियों, ईमानदार पत्रकारों, अभिनेताओं सोशल वर्कर जो मोदी के झूठ और जुमलो के खिलाफ थे, उनके बारे में गालियाँ दिलाना, झूठी अफवाहें फैलाने का काम खुद ही संचालित किया है।

आपको बता दे कि ट्विटर पर मा बहिनो को भददी गालियाँ देने वालों को पीएम नरेंदर मोदी फोलो करये है।

Modi, 66, is a pioneer of social media among Indian politicians, posting regular updates to his 25 million followers.

The BJP was among the first major Indian parties to establish a website, and the head of its technology unit, Arvind Gupta, has rhapsodised about the potential for social media to bypass mainstream TV news and press.

In July 2015 Modi drew criticism for inviting 150 social media supporters to his residence for a meet-and-greet, among them Twitter users who had used sexual slurs and levelled other abuse at women online.

Chaturvedi, the author of the new book, has herself been the target of social media trolling, filing a police complaint last year against an anonymous Twitter account that had deluged her with malicious posts.

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Prof K Jaishankar, the executive director of the Tamil Nadu-based Centre for Cyber Victim Counselling, said India’s corrosive online culture was partly due to the freedom the internet granted women in a conservative society.

Social media can be a pretty ugly place if you re a women in poltics

“The problem is that India is typically patriarchal, and women in public space are not easily accepted,” he said. “When it comes to cyberspace it becomes very easy for them [to participate]

“But the patriarchy pervades in cyber space too … Naturally, [trolls] don’t like the presence of women, they don’t like that women comment on issues or are very vocal and articulate,” he said.

“Many of the women who are coming online are elites, like the editor of a magazine or an actor. Whereas the trollers are typically men from a rural or rural-urban continuum, and the internet is the only way they can access these women.

“So that is one of the reasons why probably they gain a kind of pleasure from targeting high-profile women,” he said.

India’s minister for women, Maneka Gandhi, has acknowledged that “viciousness against women on the net” is a problem and set up a hashtag for people to report abuse.


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