New Delhi: Hours after showing a distorted map showing Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh as a separate country, Twitter removed the wrong map from its website following a backlash. Earlier on Monday, the Ministry of Electronics and Information said it will look into the case of Twitter displaying the wrong map, the Hindustan Times reported.Also Read - Rhododendrons and Snow Leopards, Check Out These 5 Unexplored National Parks Of Himalayas

The career section of the Twitter website showed a distorted Indian map, which displayed Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh as a separate country. This is the second time that Twitter has displayed a false India map. Earlier it had shown Leh as part of China. Also Read - Twitter Joins Shopify to Bring Merchants' Products on its Platform

This incident comes in the backdrop of Twitter’s interim resident grievance officer for India stepped down, followed by Jeremy Kessel, the site’s Global Legal Policy Director taking over the role. Also Read - Flood Alert in Kashmir, Rains Send Mercury Level Nose-diving

The US digital giant has been engaged in a tussle with the Indian government over the new social media rules. The government has slammed Twitter for deliberate defiance and failure to comply with the country’s new IT rules, which has led to the microblogging platform losing its legal shield as an intermediary in India, and becoming liable for users posting any unlawful content.