The number of users on Ku launched in native languages for micro-blogging is increasing continuously. According to the information, so far there are about 60 lakh users on the Kuo app.
There is a continuous battle between the social media company and the Government of India. The government announced the new rules on 25 February following which Twitter was to appoint Chief Compliance Officer, Nodal Officer and India-based Grievance Officer along with other social media platforms. In such a situation, Twitter has agreed to follow the rules but it will be done with complete transparency.
Twitter has sought a 3-month deferment from the government over the toolkit controversy and the new rule. Meanwhile, on the action of Delhi Police, Twitter said that we are concerned about the safety of our staff in India. At the same time, Kuo app is benefiting greatly from this between the government and Twitter. Investors have expressed confidence in the company where the company has raised funding of 218 crores. At the same time, the stirring of political parties has suddenly intensified on the domestic app Koo to make its grip in the elections.
The next UP assembly election will not be on Twitter
Experts say that the upcoming UP Assembly elections will be fought not on Twitter but on Koo App. Right now, micro-blogging app Ku is being used in Hindi and other native languages. In such a situation, it is being speculated that in the upcoming elections, politicians and political parties are going to use Koo only.
Number of Ku users is more than 60 lakhs
Let it be said that the number of users on Ku, which has been started in native languages for micro-blogging, is constantly increasing. According to the information, so far there are about 60 lakh users on the Kuo app. This means that in the coming days, the number of users on Ku will increase rapidly.
All political parties created account on Ku
According to the information, on the micro-blogging app Ku, all the major political parties of the country have started creating their accounts. Apart from BJP on the app, leaders associated with Congress Party, Aam Aadmi Party, NCP, Shiv Sena, Bhim Army, Bahujan Samaj Party, Samajwadi Party and JDU have also created their social media account.
These big leaders have become active on Ku
Experts say that in the last few months, Congress leader Kamal Nath, NCP leader Supriya Sule, Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad Ravan and Aam Aadmi Party leaders Sanjay Singh and Raghav Chadha have become active on the app. It is expected that in the upcoming UP Assembly elections, the temperature on the Koo App will increase further.
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