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Despite NC neta's advice, former JNU leader deactivates her account
11/13/2018 10:55:48 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Nov 13: Despite advise from a senior leader of the National Conference not to close down her account from social media, the former JNU leader has deactivated her account on the microblogging website.
Some days ago, when the former JNU leader spoke about her intentions to quit the platform, the NC leader had made a post to make her reconsider her decision.
"You can choose how much you wish to engage with & on twitter but don't quit the platform. Your views are important here & if you quit another person has been defeated at the hands of the troll army. Don't give them the satisfaction," the NC leader wrote on twitter.
Many of the NC leaders had thought that the former student leader would not go ahead with the deactivation. But some of people on Twitter had told the NC leader he should not give any advise as she would not listen to.
The former JNU leader went ahead with her plan and shut the account. Citing reasons for the decision, she said she has deactivated her account since the "toxicity and negativity" had started affecting her psychologically.
Some of the NC leaders said she would again be requested reactivate her account.
"We want her to join our party and if she joins, her account with huge following can prove a blessing. But the problem is that she has deactivated it before out expectation of her joining the party," said a NC leader.
The NC leaders said the party has already held several functions including seminars for her in Kashmir province for her.
"Feedback about her work has been good, so we want her join our party," said the NC leader on the condition of anonymity.
As already reported by Early Times, the NC is hopeful that the former JNU leader would join the party and would be given a key position in the party.
Despite repeated attempts the JNU leader couldn't be contacted for comments.
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