NCPCR Summons Twitter: NCPCR summons Twitter in the case of Kunal Kamra fake video clip, report not yet reached

Kunal Kamra

Due to his comedy, Kunal Kamra has to face the anger of the general public and politicians many times. But still Kunal prefers to follow his old path.

NCPCR i.e. National Commission for Protection of Child Rights has named Twitter India as Stand-up Comedian. Kunal Kamra (Comedian Kunal Room) for non-submission of action taken report on a fake video posted by him. Actually, Kunal Kamra shared the edited video on Twitter, tampering with the original video. This video is related to a boy singing patriotic songs for PM Narendra Modi during his visit to Germany this month.

After this tampered clip from the original video went viral on social media, the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) contacted Twitter on May 5, 2022, demanding action against comedian Kunal Kamra in this entire matter. However, unlike Twitter, NCPCR has not received any report and hence they have now summoned the Director, Twitter Communications India to present the report of the action taken by them in this matter on Wednesday i.e. May 18.

Kunal Kamra was also targeted

Not only Twitter, NCPCR also targeted Kunal Kamra regarding this whole matter. He said that it is illegal to use children in matters related to politics. Comedians can be prosecuted for violating the Juvenile Act 2015. He himself was badly trolled on social media for this act of Kunal. The father of the child whose video he used in this video had also reprimanded Kunal Kamra.

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Second letter sent on Tuesday

Twitter India was once again contacted through a letter from NCPCR on Tuesday. In this letter, he has written that ‘A letter in this regard was sent to your office earlier also on 5th May 2022, within 7 days or immediately after receiving the letter, on behalf of Twitter regarding the complaint written in it. Asked to submit Action Taken Report (ATR). However, till now no such ATR has been received by the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights.