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Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson’s Twitter account restored after suspension over ‘Indian complaint’

Sources said that Indian authorities had launched a complaint with the US-based company regarding Dr Mohammad Faisal posts exposing New Delhi’s highhandedness in the occupied territory.

By Web Desk
February 20, 2019

Twitter has suspended personal Twitter account of Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson apparently on Indian request.

According to sources, the Twitter has suspended the account of Dr Faisal reportedly over his efforts to highlight Indian atrocities against the innocent Kashmiris.

They said that Indian authorities had launched a complaint with the US-based company regarding Dr Mohammad Faisal posts exposing New Delhi’s highhandedness in the occupied territory.

Faisal was very active on social media and kept updating his followers on the Kulbhushan Jadhav case being heard at the International Court of Justice.

Twitter restores account after a day 

Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal’s account was reactivated on Wednesday after getting suspended on Tuesday night, reportedly upon Indian request.