Days after Twitter’s interim resident grievance officer Dharmendra Chatur quit his post, the microblogging site on Saturday said the company is in its final stages of appointing an executive for the role.
“We are in the final stages of appointing a Resident Grievance Officer. The interim Resident Grievance Officer withdrew his candidature on June 21,” Twitter informed the Delhi High Court.
After Chatur stepped down, Twitter had appointed California-based Jeremy Kessel as the new grievance officer for India.
An update on Twitter’s website earlier showed that California-based Hermy Kessel was appointed as India’s new grievance redressal officer.
However, the appointment of California-based Hermy Kessel is not in line with new IT rules. The new IT guidelines mandate that all nodal officials, including the grievance redressal officer, should be based out of India.
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