An intimidating action is going to be taken due to the northeastern riots held in the capital city of India, Delhi. Therefore, the supreme court has interfered and asked the legislative panel of Delhi to not take any forceful action against the social media giant, Facebook.
The action is told to withhold till 15th October 2020. According to the panel, the reason why an action is going to be taken is that Facebook is spreading hatred through comments.
The group of judges has sent a notice to the ministry of home affairs, law & justice, information technology, and electronics, members of upper and lower houses as well to the secretary of the governing bodies of the legislative assembly. Furthermore, the notice is also sent to the Delhi police.
The petition has also claimed that their fundamental rights have been dishonored and discarded by the National capital territory of Delhi, legislative assembly, etc. it was petitioned on the 10th as well on 18th September 2020.
The supreme court has asked the peace committee to look at accusations on whether or not provocative contents were made on Facebook which lead to an insane riot where fifty people were killed and hundreds were wounded.