Delhi Police said on Thursday that Twitter’s statement regarding the ongoing investigation into the “Toolbox” case was false and was intended to hinder legal investigations. After tweeting on Thursday that the Delhi police’s visit to the office was a form of “intimidation”, the Delhi police issued a strongly worded statement.

An official statement issued by the Delhi Police Public Relations Officer Chinmoy Biswal said: “On the surface, these statements are not only false, but are also intended to hinder legal investigations by private companies. Services to determine the authenticity of documents in public places.”

According to the police statement, Twitter is both an investigative agency and a trial agency, but there are no legal sanctions. The statement said that the only legal entity to be investigated is the police and the court is the court. The Delhi Police said that in the “Toolbox” case, it had conducted a preliminary investigation after the Indian representative filed a complaint. National Assembly.

It said: “Therefore, Twitter’s description of it as an effort by the Indian government to make it an FIR is completely and completely incorrect,” it said.

It also said that Twitter’s statement was intended to seek “suspicious sympathy” because they not only refused to comply with the country’s laws, but also claimed to have substantive evidence, but refused to share it with legal authorities.

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