According to BBC, Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro has condemned Twitter as an expression of fascism and has accused the US company of persecuting his followers.
President Maduro made the statement after some pro-government twitter accounts were suspended.
Mr Maduro called on his followers to publish pictures of Twitter's CEO in Venezuela.
He told his followers that, "Let the people know who is responsible for this manipulation."
BBC News says, It is not clear if Twitter has any employees in Venezuela. The company has so far made no response.
Neither is it clear why the accounts were suspended, or how many have been affected.
President Maduro said thousands had been suspended because his followers were an expression of the truth and were a majority.
Earlier his Information Minister, Ernesto Villegas, said 180 accounts were hit.
Twitter guidelines say accounts can be suspended for tweeting abuse, spam or threatening security.
Source: BBC News