West Bengal People’s Party Chairman Dilip Ghosh shared videos of alleged violence in the state after voting on YouTube on Friday, but the site’s authorities deleted them because they violated community guidelines.
Shamik Bhattacharya, spokesperson for the National People’s Party, claimed that YouTube was forced to delete the clippings shared by Ghosh on Twitter because of the “cruel violence” scenes, but this is the reality of West Bengal. condition.
On his Twitter, Ghosh posted these videos with the text: “Some outstanding achievements of the Trinamool congressional government in the past two months.”
However, these visual effects were quickly removed by YouTube, and the following message was displayed: “This video was removed for violating YouTube’s Community Guidelines.”
The video-sharing site deleted posts that violated its community guidelines “to ensure our community is protected.” It extracts content that violates its policies on hate speech and harassment, spam and deceptive practices, violent or graphic content, and violations of its terms of service.
On July 21, Congressman Ghosh claimed that more than 30 BJP militants were killed in the post-voting clashes in West Bengal.
The head of the National People’s Party could not comment on the deletion of the video.
However, Batacharia said, “Violence is cruel, and it exceeds all civilized norms. This is why YouTube was shocked and forced to delete these videos. As our party has said for more than two years and now the National Human Rights Commission has said. , This is the real situation in West Bengal.”
In the Trinamool Congressional Government’s indictment, a committee composed of the National Human Rights Commission in accordance with the order of the Kolkata High Court stated in its report that the state’s situation is a manifestation of replacing the “rule of law” with “rule of law”.
Mamata Banerjee, the chief minister of West Bengal and the top leader of the TMC, claimed on July 22 that the BJP was using fake videos to support its “fabricated stories” about violence after voting.