India is looking to target US forest services and its citizens with an account on Instagram, where the company is using a special hashtag to target Americans on social media and in other social media for posting derogatory comments about Indians.
The Indian government is looking at using the hashtag, #USForestService, to target the US Forest Service (USFS) and its customers.
The USFS has a long history of discrimination against Indian-origin people, according to the US Department of Agriculture (USDA).
According to a report in the US newspaper Business Insider, the USFS was set up by the US Congress in 1972 as a federal agency, and was set to become a federal law enforcement agency, but it was pulled out by the Nixon administration in 1974.
The department was re-created by the Reagan administration, and in 1990, the Trump administration re-established the department, according the report.
The USDA is a federal government agency under the US Constitution.
The USFS is the US’s largest federal agency in terms of land management, land resource management, and forestry management, according Wikipedia.
The agency has 1,300 employees, the vast majority of which are Indian-American.
The hashtag #USFS has become a symbol of the US government’s disdain towards Indian-Americans, and many Indians have expressed their support for it, according Indian news agency ANI.
The hashtag has been trending on social networking sites since mid-July, according Reuters.
Facebook is targeting Indians to target Instagram usersThe hashtag is also being used by Facebook, a US company that has recently gained a lot of attention after it reported $1.1 billion in revenue in the fourth quarter.
The social network has been criticized for using its social network to target Indians and has also been accused of using the service to target its Indian users.
A Facebook spokesperson told Quartz the hashtag was being used to target Indian users on Instagram.
“We have been in constant dialogue with Indian customers, and we will continue to work with them,” the spokesperson said.