Some of these posts included factually inaccurate statements with regard to the national elections, shared content with an intent to cause a public disorder that was meant to create a frenzy among various political party supporters and or the general public.
Besides, 54,404 accounts have also been removed, said the country's largest Indic language platform with over 4.5 crore users and 14 language options.
As part of this, a training session was conducted for ECI appointed nodal officers in the national capital.
ShareChat said it has intensified efforts in policing to ensure that the platform is not misused in any way to aide in activities that could be considered voter suppression or misinformation campaigns.
"We have invested resources to ensure our artificial intelligence tools as well human reviewers are well trained in order to effectively detect and stall harmful behaviour on our platform," said Berges Y Malu, Head of Policy at ShareChat.
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