Sanyu FM management has regained control of its Twitter account. On Wednesday evening, the account featured a series of posts against the station.
One of the posts suggested that employees that had been fired were taking legal action against the station and the proprietor Sudhir Ruparelia.
In a new tweet, the station says the account was hacked, “We apologize for the tension that the previous tweets might have created. Kindly notice that we were hacked!”
Sanyu FM is said have fired all its presenters after they organized a sit down strike to protest a 25% salary reduction occasioned by Covid19.