Ravikumar, in his letter, recalled that India has been a signatory to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR).
The report said, Facebook's safety team had concluded that Bajrang Dal supported violence against minorities and likely qualified as "dangerous" that should be banned.
Probe ordered into Assam Bajrang Dal leader's threat to beat up Hindus visiting churches on Christmas
Bajrang Dal Cachar in-charge Mithun Nath, while addressing a gathering of the outfit's members on December 3, was seen telling them that no Hindus will be allowed to visit churches during Christmas.
The Union minister also expressed confidence that the NDA will win the Bihar elections and asserted that the exit of the Chirag Paswan-led LJP won't impact the poll prospects of the ruling alliance.
The PIL further prayed that the government is directed to appoint an expert investigating officer in each case registered for spreading hate and fake news through social media platforms.
CPI (M) leaders Brinda Karat and KM Tewari had filed the complaint before the trial court seeking a direction to the Parliament Street Police Station to register an FIR against Thakur and Verma.
The panel had issued a notice to Facebook India's Ajit Mohan in connection with complaints about the social media giant's alleged deliberate inaction to curb hateful content in the country.
The committee proceedings have been held live twice during which Chadha has talked to various domain experts and activists over the complaints.
Han on Thursday outlined rules and actions being taken to make it more difficult to find threatening, violent, or dehumanizing content on TikTok.
Social media, including Facebook, has clearly aided QAnon's rise, even though most Americans have likely never heard of QAnon.
Only a comprehensive revamping of the criminal justice system can provide measures to check hate speech, a member of the panel said.
A bitter war of words has erupted between the Congress and the BJP following a report in the Wall Street Journal claiming that Facebook ignored applying its hate speech rules in India.
Chhattisgarh scribe named in Ankhi Das FIR files counter FIR against her, 2 others citing threat to life
The case was lodged at Kabir Nagar police station late Monday night based on the complaint of Awesh Tiwari, a Raipur-based journalist of a news channel.
His fierce attack on Gandhi in a series of tweets comes in the middle of an intense war of words between the Congress and the BJP over the Facebook row.
The CPI(M) claimed the "huge financial resources" at the disposal of BJP aided further by the "opaque electoral bonds scheme" completely ensures its control over social media.