Sardesai added that Twitter had been informed about the alleged hacking after Direct Messages (DMs) were sent to
“There has been a campaign of abuse in last one week and it has been extremely personal, and apparently DMs have been sent from my account which I haven’t sent. So, I have informed Twitter about it. I have temporarily disabled the account till they sort out the issue and tell me what has to be done. If a police complaint has to be filed, it will be filed. Anyways this is a good break,”
His contemporaries have asked him to come back and said that trolls must not be taken seriously.
In a similar incident, senior NDTV journalist Ravish Kumar had also announced his decision to quit the microblogging site on the back of online abuse and trolling.
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