"We are also happy to have a third party audit what apps we accept and reject and why, and we've proposed this to IAMAI and NASSCOM. For the record, we've never rejected an app that complies with the guidelines, and we have had the conversation with operators that we wouldn't reject apps at their discretion," Facebook's Internet.Org Vice President Chris Daniels said.
    
He was replying to a question on Reddit portal. As the last date for comments on Trai's paper on differential pricing for data access is approaching, the social media giant started advertising blitzkrieg to save its controversial internet platform Free Basics in India.
     
The Free Basics service is a programme under Facebook's Internet.Org which has been in the midst of net neutrality debate. As per a tentative definition, net neutrality means that there should be not be any sort of discrimination in accessing applications or content available on internet.