Twitter India head Manish Maheshwari wrote his farewell post, called his team a family

India’s Twitter head Manish Maheshwari has now been given a big responsibility by the company in the US. Before leaving for the US, Manish Maheshwari wrote a farewell post and shared several pictures with his Twitter India colleagues. Twitter India chief Manish Maheshwari has been a major target of the NDA government at the Center and the BJP government in UP since the beginning of this year. In this sequence, the UP Police had also issued summons against him, which was canceled by the High Court of Karnataka last month.

Manish Maheshwari did this post

Posting the farewell as his Twitter India chief, Manish Maheshwari wrote, “I have no words to express my gratitude to my team. You stand by me as my strength and inspiration even in my challenging times.

When I started my tenure, I knew it would be special to spend time with you and be with each other in the office. After some time Corona changed everything but it could not change your perseverance and maturity. After some time you joined a square block video call. But what you did was game changing. You made Twitter India the lifeline of the nation during the second wave of the Covid pandemic.

Manish said that I have learned a lot from all of you, we have worked in the most difficult times of our era. We are more than a team, we are a family.

Twitter has called Manish Maheshwari to the US at a time when Twitter said that it is concerned about the safety of its employees in India. At the same time, this week itself, Twitter blocked the Twitter account of Leader of the Opposition and General Secretary of Congress Rahul Gandhi. Rahul Gandhi had tweeted about the murder and rape of a 9-year-old girl, after which Twitter blocked his account. Rahul Gandhi accused Twitter of bias when his account was blocked.

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