Jazzy B’s Twitter account blocked: Punjabi singer Jazzy B’s Twitter account blocked for supporting farmers protest after Indian government request – Singer Jazzy B had to pay ‘farmers’ support’

Jazzy B’s Twitter account blocked: Punjabi singer Jazzy B’s Twitter account blocked for supporting farmers protest after Indian government request – Singer Jazzy B had to pay ‘farmers’ support’

Punjabi singer Jazzy B’s Twitter account has been blocked. It is reported that Twitter has taken this action following the instructions of the Centre’s Narendra Modi government. Jazzy B has been tweeting in support of the Farmers Protest in the country for the past several months. Not only this, he has also made several tweets against the three disputed agricultural laws of the Central Government. Farmers have been protesting on the border of the national capital Delhi since December last year. This movement of farmers in the Corona period is still going on.

Jazzy B lives in Canada and is a famous Punjabi singer. Jazzy has also informed about the blockage of his Twitter account on Instagram. According to the report of ‘India Today’, Jazzy B’s Twitter account has been closed following the instructions of the Government of India. Along with Jazzy, three more Twitter accounts have been blocked. Earlier in February, more than 250 Twitter accounts were blocked for a few hours on the instructions of the government.

Jaiji supported the farmers on Instagram


Jazzy B has shared screenshots of the Twitter account being blocked on Instagram. “I will always stand up for the rights of the people,” Jazzy wrote in the caption, once again supporting the farmers. He has also used the hashtag #kisanmajdooriktazindabad # neverforget1984 #raiseyourvoice with it.

‘Not afraid of death’


Jazzy B then made another post on Instagram. In this he is seen bowing his head in the Gurdwara. Jaiji has written with this post, ‘Waheguru ji, I am not afraid of physical death, but when my conscience dies, it is real death.’

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Twitter released a statement after the account was blocked
In its official statement, Twitter said, “We are constantly striving to make our services available to everyone, everywhere. If we receive a request for a valid and reasonable scope from an authorized entity, it may be necessary from time to time to block access to certain content in a particular country. Such restraints will be limited to the specific jurisdiction which has issued the valid legal demand or wherever the content is found to be in violation of local law.


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