Facebook and Instagram in compliance with the new IT rules have removed over 3.2 crore content in last one month.
Facebook said it 'actioned' against more than 30 million content pieces across 10 violation categories during May 15 to June 15 in the country
Google and YouTube received 27,762 complaints during April from Indian users over alleged violation of local laws or personal rights.
Union IT and Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad praised Google, Facebook and Instagram for publishing their first compliance reports on voluntary removal of offensive posts. The minister called it a big step towards transparency.
"Nice to see significant social media platforms like Google, Facebook and Instagram following the new IT Rules. First compliance report on voluntary removal of offensive posts published by them as per IT Rules is a big step towards transparency," he tweeted.