Twitter apologises in writing for showing Ladakh in China, microblogging platform to rectify error by Nov 30 India News

Representational Image. | Photo Credit: IANS Key Highlights The social media giant wrote to India’s parliamentary panel regretting the error Members of the parliamentary panel told Twitter what they did amounted to criminal offence that questioned the sovereignty of India Twitter had faced severe backlash from its users after its geotagging feature displayed ‘Jammu & Kashmir, the People’s Republic of China’ during a live broadcast New Delhi: A month after wrongly depicting Leh and Ladakh as part of China, microblogging platform Twitter has now apologised to the central government in writing for the faux pas and has promised to rectify the error by the end of November.…

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