Ace Bollywood filmmaker Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri is an avid social media user and often uses the medium to voice his opinions on important issues going around the nation. Recently, the micro-blogging site Twitter, amid its feud with the government of India over new IT laws, sparked up the controversy for displaying a distorted map of India, which featured Jammu-Kashmir and Ladakh as separate countries. Now, while reacting to the same, the filmmaker took to his Twitter handle and expressed his anger and urged the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology of India to take strict action. While tagging the IT minister of India, Ravi Shankar Prasad, Vivek penned a tweet that reads, ‘Dear @rsprasad ji, This is how @twitter is mocking and challenging India’s sovereignty by using the map without Kashmir. My blood boils seeing this. I want to know what is your ministry going to do about it? #EnoughIsEnough’. His tweet went viral on social media in no time as several furious netizens took to the comment section and expressed their displeasure over Twitter’s action.

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