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Vijaya Gadde; the Indian-origin lady who took action to freeze Trump’s twitter

Washington: An Indian-origin women is behind the decision to permanently freeze the Twitter account of US President Donald Trump, who supported the Capitol riots.

Vijaya Gadde, the legal head of Twitter, has decided to ban Trump in the wake of Friday’s attack on the United States.

Vijaya Gadde, 45, was born in India and later immigrated to the United States at a young age, grew up in Texas with his father, who worked as a chemical engineer for a U.S. oil company.

Her schooling was in New Jersey. She graduated from Cornell University and studied law at New York University Law School.

Gadde joined Twitter in 2011 after working for a law firm that has been working with tech startups for over a decade.

As a corporate lawyer, Gadde controlled Twitter’s business policy-making process. As Twitter’s role in global politics has grown, Gadde’s influence has helped make Twitter’s policies even better over the past decade.

Many people had showered appreciation on Gadde for her bold move. She was also included in Style magazine’s list of 50 women who changed the world.

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