Gandhi’s account was temporarily suspended last week after he tweeted pictures of the family of a nine-year-old victim of alleged rape and murder in Northwest Delhi. Twitter deemed it a violation of its rules.
Sources said the Twitter accounts of some of the party leaders who had shared the same pictures have also been restored.
“Rahul Gandhi’s Twitter account has been unlocked,” a party functionary said, adding that the accounts of some of the leaders have also been restored.
Gandhi, in a YouTube video statement titled “Twitter’s dangerous game”, alleged that it was not a neutral and objective platform and was “beholden to the government”.
Questioning Twitter’s action, Gandhi had said the company was denying millions of his followers the right to an opinion, which was unfair.
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