After Saurabh Dwivedi, now ScoopWhoop’s offensive tweets for Rahul Gandhi go viral, Congress to take legal action

Congress workers and lawyers Ambuj Dixit and Amrish Ranjan Pandey have sent notices to digital media company ScoopWoop. In fact, ScoopWhoop had tried to malign the image of former Congress President Rahul Gandhi through his tweets. In this case, a legal notice has been sent to ScoopWhoop.

ScoopWhoop had posted several tweets against Rahul Gandhi from his Twitter account, in which extremely abusive and obscene language was used. Lawyers say that it was deliberately posted to defame Rahul Gandhi. A legal notice has been sent to the media company to remove these posts.

This notice has been sent to ScoopWhoop at its office at Vasant Kunj in Delhi. In which it has been written that ScoopWhoop should remove all the objectionable social media posts made against Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in 24 hours and tender an unconditional apology. If this is not done then action will be taken against the media company.

Checout the tweets:

It has been said in the notice that ScoopWoop should remove all such tweets and posts from all its social media platforms, otherwise legal action will be taken against it. Amrish Ranjan Pandey told that with the aim of maligning the image of Rahul Gandhi, the media company has made many posts against him which are very derogatory. He said that ScoopWhoop has been asked to remove all those posts. If not, we will initiate appropriate legal action including criminal prosecution.

However, after the notice was sent the company has issued an apology in a Twitter thread. The ScoopWhoop tweet, “Thanks for bringing this to our notice. Pls note this this post was done during the time of the previous ownership and management of ScoopWhoop. The new ownership and management of ScoopWhoop which has come in a few months ago, would like to confirm that we don’t (contd).”

In the next tweet it says, “ownership and management of ScoopWhoop would like to unconditionally apologize if any individual or group’s sentiment was hurt.”

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