New Delhi: Twitter Inc has apologised in writing for showing the Union Territory of Ladakh wrongly as part of China and has assured a parliamentary committee that it will make the correction by November 30.
“We apologise for hurting feelings in India and we are working on correcting the mistake by November 30, 2020,” the social media platform wrote in an affidavit signed by its chief privacy officer Damien Karien.
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