Musk Becomes China's delight as soon as he buys Twitter, Fires Indian Origin Employees From Leadership Positions, Proposes Change In Policies
Musk's Imprint on Twitter is well-visible though it's been only a day since he became the biggest shareholder of the Social Media Giant
It was on the 26th of April 2022 when the news of Elon Musk's deal to buy Twitter hit stands. An NYT reporter tweeted that now China will get the benefit. Amazon owner Jeff Bezos also expressed concern while retweeting it.
After 7 months, on October 27, Elon Musk finally bought Twitter. As soon as he became the owner, he first fired the top 3 people on Twitter. Two of them are of Indian origin – CEO Parag Agarwal and Legal Policy Head Vijaya Gadde. After this action, questions are being raised about whether Elon Musk has joined China's appeasement as soon as he becomes the owner of Twitter.
Elon Musk became the largest shareholder on 4 April 2022 with a 9.2% share of Twitter. April 5 at 6:18 am Elon Musk asks in a poll on Twitter do you want an edit button? After this, at 6:54 pm, Twitter CEO Parag Aggarwal retweeted this and said that the results of this poll will be important. Please vote carefully.
On April 5, at 6:02 pm, Parag welcomes Elon Musk to the company's board by tweeting. Aggarwal said that Musk is a believer in our service and is a serious critic. This is what we need on Twitter and in our board rooms to make ourselves strong for the long run. On April 11, Parag tweeted that Musk has decided not to join the Twitter board. There may be upheaval ahead. It is in our hands to take decisions and implement them, not in anyone else's hands. We have to focus on our work.
American right-wing users have been consistently claiming that Twitter has been suppressing their voices. Twitter has always denied this. Twitter has also banned former US President Donald Trump. Elon Musk has called this decision stupid. Along with this, he has also talked about reversing this decision.