Dharmendra Chatur, the recently appointed Interim Grievance Officer in India of social media platform Twitter, has resigned from his post. At the same time, Twitter has refused to comment on this entire incident. Dharmendra Chatur has resigned at a time when Twitter, the site for exchanging micro-messages is under the target of the Modi government regarding the new social media rules.
On the other hand, a few hours after Dharmendra Chatur resigned from his position, on Sunday, California-based Jeremy Kessel has was appointed as the new Grievance Officer for India, who is the Director of Global Legal Policy of Twitter.
It must be noted that as per the New Technology (IT) Rules 2021, it is necessary to appoint an India-based Interim Grievance Officer in major social media companies to deal with the complaints of Indian users also, forums like Twitter are required to provide the name and contact address of the said officer on their website.