Elon Musk Twitter Controversy: India In Connection With The Case

Ekoooon Musk
Ekoooon Musk

It is well known that Elon Musk, the world's number one richest man, announced that he would buy Twitter and suddenly backed out of that decision. After Elon Musk refused to buy Twitter, Twitter filed a lawsuit.

It is noted that Elon Musk's lawsuit against Twitter has created a stir as the government of India has been cited in court by its side. Tesla CEO Elon Musk, one of the world's richest men, has signed a deal to buy social networking Twitter for US$44 billion. While the deal was being negotiated, Twitter abandoned its decision to buy the company, saying there were too many fake accounts on Twitter.

Following this, Twitter filed a lawsuit against Elon Musk in a US court. Elon Musk has filed a lawsuit against Twitter. In it, he mentioned his side's arguments and expressed some views about India.

In 2021, the Ministry of Information Technology of India brought new rules to investigate the records of the social network, and on that Twitter company has been asked to respect the Indian laws, it has been recorded in the court by Elon Musk.  Elon Musk also said in the petition that Twitter has to act by the laws of the respective country in the countries where it operates.

Elon Musk has said that Twitter has filed unnecessary lawsuits against the Indian government, and that Twitter is hostile to India, the world's third largest social network market after the United States and Japan, and that this is a setback for the Twitter market, and this is a violation of their merger agreement.

But Twitter denied the allegation. Elon Musk is speaking as he has given up on the decision to buy Twitter. His company has filed a lawsuit against the Indian government's order to remove some controversial comments in the country's court and said the case is under investigation.