Jojo, the singer from Metallica, is a well-known Indian celebrity and an internet celebrity.
She has been performing in India for years.
She is a popular TV presenter and a social media personality.
The Indian media is full of her images.
However, some of her tweets and other tweets have been deleted by the Indian government.
She is a masked person and has a public persona of a Hindu goddess, she said.
She said she is a Sikh and wears a turban and kurta.
The name jojo is also a reference to a Sanskrit word for the moon, which is also used in Hinduism.
A spokesperson for the Ministry of External Affairs said the government has requested the Twitter account to remove her tweets, but the tweets remained.
The spokesperson did not give any reason.
In January, India’s Twitter account tweeted that the hashtag #BollywoodAthleteDay was trending in India and asked followers to post images of themselves wearing the mask of Jojo.
Twitter said it was working with Indian authorities to delete the tweets.
The hashtag is an abbreviation for the hashtag “#IndiaIsHindu”.
On Twitter, some people have questioned why the Indian authorities did not remove the tweets, even after being informed about them by a government official.
Anita Dasgupta, a lawyer, said the Indian Government was trying to use the hashtag to censor people’s free speech.
“I think the government is trying to ban people from expressing their opinion,” Dasguptas tweeted.
Dasgupta said the ban would affect millions of Indians who use Twitter to spread their views on social issues.
Kumar Shrestha, a Delhi-based lawyer and member of the BJP, said Twitter has a long history of protecting Indian culture.
He said it is unfortunate that it was used as a tool to suppress dissent.
“This is an attempt by the government to censor Indian culture and identity.
Twitter has done a great job to protect the Indian people.
I have a hard time understanding why this is happening,” Shresthha said.
Mukesh Gupta, a journalist and blogger who covers Indian affairs for Reuters, said it will be very hard to stop this, because India is a free country and the country has a strong right to free speech under the constitution.
Gupta said Indian media outlets such as NDTV, News18, NDTV TV, News24 and NDTV News were among those that have used the hashtag.
He said this has happened before with the Muslim veil, and that Twitter is used as an outlet for the media to express its opinions.
“I don’t think there is any evidence that it is being used by the Twitter authorities as a censorship tool.
They are just using it as a platform to propagate a message of tolerance,” Gupta said.