Elon Musk claims that Twitter concealed legal action against the Indian government.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is embroiled in a court fight with Twitter over a failed acquisition bid . Musk said the social media giant jeopardized its third largest market by failing to disclose the Indian governments risky lawsuit .

WASHINGTON (Washington): Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who is embroiled in a court fight with Twitter over a failed acquisition bid that Twitter plans to push through, said the social media giant jeopardized its third largest market by failing to disclose the Indian government's risky lawsuit.Musk also claimed to have been tricked into signing the deal to purchase the San Francisco-based social media firm in a Delaware court countersuit, which was filed under seal last Friday and made public Thursday.According to the court papers, Musk said that Twitter should follow Indian laws.New York Times Tech Reporter Kate Conger tweeted snapshots of the court documents that were posted on Twitter.

Although Musk is a fan of free expression, he believes that moderation on Twitter should be kept strict to the laws of the countries in which Twitter operates.Here is a rundown of the legal filings in the Twitter Vs Musk lawsuit, as reported in a series of tweets by New York Times tech reporter Kate Conger.Twitter responded to Elon Musk's averments in the court filings by saying it respectfully refers to the Court for their complete and accurate content.Twitter does not have the facts or facts necessary to establish a sense of the allegations' truth, and it has said it denies them on this basis.

In its response, Twitter claims that it has rejected certain blocking orders issued by the Indian government under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act, requiring Twitter to remove such content from its website, including speeches by politicians, activists, and journalists, and that Twitters are permissible.Twitter said that its India branch would close if they followed Indian government instructions to block content that was perceived as unlawful by competent authorities, according to its counsel at the Karnataka High Court.The High Court had issued notices to the Centre and postponed the hearing for August 25th.Musk wanted to renounce his offer to buy Twitter because of a misrepresentation of false accounts on the site, according to the microblogging site and the world's richest man.

Musk announced an agreement with Twitter in April for USD 54.20 per share, worth approximately USD 44 billion.Musk put the deal on hold in May for his team to look at the veracity of Twitter's claim that less than 5% of accounts on the website are bots or spam.