The anger of social media users has erupted against the Gaana app on Twitter. The #Boycott_GaanaApp trend is being run on the micro-blogging site Twitter. Social media users say that the song is controversial on the app, promoting hatred. A violent movement is being run against this song. Many users are running a campaign to sign a petition against the Gaana app. So far, no statement has been issued by the song company regarding this controversy.
People constantly express their reactions to the #Boycott_GaanaApp trend on social media. They allege that the songs on the app are hate-promoting songs, which should be deleted immediately by the app. Users say that such songs promote violence in society.
The song is available on other platforms also.
Users running the trend on Twitter with the hashtag #Boycott_GaanaApp allege that this song is not only on the Gaana app but also on other media platforms. Users have demanded the removal of this controversial song from all these music platforms.
Order of inquiry from the Ministry of Home Affairs
Users hurt by this song and the campaign to sign the petition have also demanded action by tagging the Ministry of Home Affairs. Users are constantly tweeting against the song app, campaigning to delete the app. Users allege a demand to remove this song from the music platform, creating a gap in society.
A famous music app is Gaana.
In 2010, Prashn Aggarwal and Sandeep Lodha started this song app from Gurugram. It is an audio streaming platform. The app caters to both Indian and international music listeners. Gaana has a library of more than 40 million songs and podcasts. It has Bollywood songs, podcasts, international songs, spiritual content and more.