Piyush Goyal also created account on Indian Twitter Koo app

The search for an alternative to foreign social media apps has been going on in India for a long time, although the search is still on. Last year, a website called Tooter was launched as an alternative to microblogging site and now Koo App is making a scare as an alternative to Twitter. Now Union Minister Piyush Goyal has also made his account on Koo App. Apart from Goyal, many other ministers have also started using Kooo app. Please note that Koo also participated in the Self-reliant India Application Challenge. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has talked about Koo App in the program as well.

Indian twitter Koo is more like an alternatice of Twitter, it's a social media app, which was launched in March 2020.
Indian Twitter Koo

What is Indian Twitter Koo App?

Although many of you may know about the Koo app, but many people are unaware of it right now. Koo is a microblogging site introduced as a Twitter collision. Simply put, Koo app is a Made in India Twitter. It is available in eight Indian languages ​​including Hindi, English. Koo can be used both by app and website. Its interface is similar to Twitter. It has a limit of 350 words.

30 crore funding of Koo

Explain that this week Koo has raised Rs 30 crore as part of its Series A funding. This funding is from 3one4 Capital of Mohandas Pai of Infosys. Koo has also previously received funding from Accel Partners, Kalari Capital, Bloom Ventures and Dream Incubator. The co-founder and CEO of Koo is Ameray Radhakrishna.

Government of India clash with Twitter

Let me tell you that there has been a conflict between Twitter and the Indian government for the last several days. Recently, Twitter India's public policy director (India and South Asia) Mahima Kaul has resigned from her post. Though Mahima Kaul has said that she is resigning due to personal reasons, but the recent Twitter confrontation with the government is also being linked to Mahima's resignation. Last week, the government had sought an answer from Twitter for breaking the rules and by the end of the week Mahima resigned.

Following the resignation of Mahima Kaul, the government had ordered closure of 1,178 accounts of alleged supporters of Pakistan and Khalistan. The government had warned Twitter that if it does not comply with the instructions, then there could be a fine or seven years in jail under the relevant sections. On this notice, Twitter has said that it wants to talk with the government. Twitter has also said that safety of employees is its first priority.

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