In two lists of over 600 accounts and tweets either withheld or suspended by Twitter in response to orders by the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, the company listed the following accounts where they actually took action. These lists were disclosed by Twitter to Lumen Database on February 10, and first reported by The Wire, and do not include accounts of several journalists and activists whose accounts have not been withheld in India. However, the list includes a Rajya Sabha Member of Parliament, and multiple politicians from the Aam Aadmi Party and the Indian National Congress. Some of the following accounts may not belong to the individuals they name, and none of the accounts appear to be verified by Twitter with a blue check mark. Chaudhary Sukhram Singh Yadav, Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha (account withheld in India, along with this tweet.) Deepak Bansal, State Executive Member, Aam Aadmi Party Rajasthan (account withheld in India, along with one particular tweet with the #ModiPlanningFarmerGenocide hashtag, reading "In making a hero out of himself, Yogi Adityanath has ruined the future of his MLAs.") Anand Singh, member of Aam Aadmi Party (account deleted) Abnit Kaur Bal, Chicago-based Twitter user with "#SupportFarmers" in bio (account withheld in India) @AdilKhanINC (account deleted) @AnilAAP (identity unclear) (account withheld in India) Anjana Om Modi (Parody Account of newscaster Anjana Om Kashyap, with over 13,000 followers) (account withheld in India) A fifteen year old student activist (account withheld in India, along with a now-deleted tweet) @Ankita__INC, a…
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