Did Twitter remove trending hashtag #NoHumanRights4Hindus ?

Today is 10 December, which is also observed as International Human Rights Day all over the world. On this occasion, Hindus took to Twitter and started tweeting with hashtag #NoHumanRights4Hindus. The said hashtag was on 4th spot in top national trends on Twitter in India. The tweets were highlighting how Hindus are being persecuted not just in India, but in other parts of World too; but none of the so-called NGOs and Human Rights Activists want to highlight plight of Hindus.

But after some time, somehow it was not visible for the reasons best known to Twitter India. For whole day, Hindus were tweeting with the same hashtag and as per some reports, the number of tweets were in thousands. But still the hashtag didn’t even come in top 30 trends in India.

Due to this unexpected ‘behavior’ of Twitter, netizens were thinking that has Twitter become Hinduphobic as it removed hashtag like #NoHumanRights4Hindus. In the past also there were reports of incidents where Twitter has blacklisted keywords and hashtags speaking about Jihad and atrocities on Hindus.

Now Hindus must demand an answer from Twitter for their biased approach towards Hindu issues.

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