Elon Musk responded to a report on Wednesday that Twitter rushed to comply with Indian government demands to remove a documentary critical of the country’s prime minister. “First I heard,” Mr. Tweet, as Musk has it now called upon to be called on the platform, tweeted in response to a user calling him out on the “outright censorship” his company apparently participated in. “It’s not possible for me to fix every aspect of Twitter around the world overnight, while running Tesla and SpaceX, among other things,” he added. The comments follow a Tuesday report. in The Intercept which revealed that Twitter and other tech companies have moved to locally block posts on The Modi Questiona BBC investigation into Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s role in a massacre in Gujarat in 2002. Kanchan Gupta, Senior Adviser to the Government of India’s Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, tagged the “hostile propaganda and anti-Indian trash” documentary in a January 21 tweet, saying the Twitter and YouTube links sharing it had been removed from their respective platforms.