Indian political party, the Indian National Congress workers fried a “Twitter Bird” to protest against the blocking of Rahul Gandhi’s Twitter account.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s account was suspended by Twitter earlier last week for allegedly posting a picture of the parents of a nine-year-old Dalit girl who was ‘raped and murdered’ in Delhi.
The micro-blogging website had also blocked several accounts of other Congress leaders for sharing the photograph.
Rahul Gandhi’s account along with other accounts was restored on Saturday (14 August).
“You Twitter, you’ve done a mistake by blocking Rahul Gandhi’s Twitter account, not promoting our tweets. So, we are frying this [Twitter Bird] and sending it to the headquarters in Gurgaon and Delhi,” said a Congress worker.
“Twitter, I hope you’ll enjoy your dish,” he added.
Earlier in June, Congress workers had thrown a bike into a lake to protest against the rising fuel prices.