#Amul Topical: About the boycott of Chinese products… pic.twitter.com/ZITa0tOb1h— Amul.coop (@Amul_Coop) June 3, 2020
Amul’s managing director RS Sodhi took up the issue with Twitter and asked why the account had been blocked. He said:
We have asked Twitter why it blocked our account. Amul has not run any campaign against anybody. We are waiting for the reply.
The company’s Twitter account was blocked on the night of 4th June but, was restored on the 5th June when the issue was taken up with Twitter.
Regarding controversy on Twitter on Amul’s Buttergirl topic ‘Exit the Dragon’… Our account was blocked on June 4. Following some protocols, it was reactivated. We’ve asked Twitter why account was blocked, but haven’t received formal reply yet: RS Sodhi, Managing Director, Amul pic.twitter.com/CL0xcu9WrR— ANI (@ANI) June 6, 2020
Had a call from Shari Manish Maheshwari MD Twitter India ,clarifying the issue that the account was blocked due to technical reasons and not in relation to the content published. @Amul_Coop @TwitterIndia— R S Sodhi (@Rssamul) June 6, 2020
Why the hell twitter suspended Amul’s twitter acount. Does they got order from China or they are supporting China? If its true then we Indians can boycott twitter too #AmulVsChina #BoycottTwitter pic.twitter.com/n8ZdzeNhga— Nilesh Kumar (@NileshK87837688) June 7, 2020
I always support indian product..#BoycottTwitter #BoycottTwitter #TwitterBlocksAmul #AmulVsChina pic.twitter.com/p6avcPe8UK— Pranshu (@tyagipransu) June 7, 2020
Stand with Nation, Stand with Amul !!— आत्मनिर्भर Diya Jain 🇮🇳🕉️🚩 (@Diya_Hindustani) June 7, 2020
“Be Indian, Buy Indian”#AmulVsChina #Amul #JaiHind pic.twitter.com/OG1ywZebQd
Who said Twitter is not biased??— Rishtwari (@rishtwari) June 7, 2020
They are blocking cartoons
Where is the freedom of expression??
We stand with our nation
It’s time for change #AmulVsChina pic.twitter.com/VJoj72xoOu
#AmulVsChina— pallav (@pallav_19) June 7, 2020
Block my account as well pic.twitter.com/5hFLH5EkjS
#Shame twitter for such a biased degree..#AmulVsChina @Amul_Coop pic.twitter.com/qD3cMeJ6j7— Amit Dhankhar (@Ch_AmitDhankhar) June 7, 2020
In support of Local के लिए Vocal#AmulVsChina #BoycottChineseProduct pic.twitter.com/pysw7233zI— Dr. GauravManglamPandey (@gmp_gaurav) June 7, 2020
#AmulVsChina@TwitterIndia @verified— Nikhil Chaudhari (@nik5zombie) June 7, 2020
Chinese people not have common rights to speak against communist government ,,,
India support Amul
Local for vocal…🇮🇳🙏
China bans Twitter and Twitter blocks companies from sharing anything Anti-China…— Nitin Kumar Gola (@NitinKumarGola8) June 7, 2020
This is a very weird relationship #Amul #AmulVsChina#चल_हट_ड्रैगन pic.twitter.com/jSrAwlgbTA
Twitter is biased #AmulVsChina— The Great Bihari (@thegreatbihari) June 7, 2020
#AmulVsChina I will only buy goods made from my country….— Harshal Mudiraj (@harshalmudiraj3) June 7, 2020
I am with Amul 👍 pic.twitter.com/PD4KMTYM9O
The issue has been resolved but, Indians don’t seem to be happy with Twitter. They are accusing Twitter of being biased.