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India files case against social media users in Kashmir during Internet ban

According to the Kashmir Media Service on Tuesday, the cases have been registered by the police against the users of social media who are violating the orders during the complete ban on internet services and mobile data in the occupied Kashmir.

It was said in a statement issued in Srinagar by the police that, “Serious notes have been taken against the users of social media. FIR was registered by the Cyber Police Station Kashmir Zone against different social media users who went against the orders of government and misused the social media platforms”.

A communication blackout had been imposed by the Indian government of Narendra Modi in the Kashmir territory in order to repress the conflict against the renovation of autonomy.

It had been announced by the authorities that the 2G internet was restored a few days back, on the other hand, the order was taken by on January 14, officially putting a ban on all social media platforms.

decision to partially restore internet connectivity in the region followed by the decision which was first taken by the Indian Supreme Court on January 10 to restore the services of Internet for all necessary services in Jammu and Kashmir.

While directing authorities in occupied Kashmir to review all restrictions, the Supreme Court had said in its orders that the country’s telecom rules were violated with an indefinite suspension of internet services.

It was announced by India in the December of previous year that some incoming text messages into occupied Kashmir would be allowed by the state.

Authorities in Delhi said millions in the fretful Himalayan area will have the option to get administration messages, including one-time passwords from monetary organizations. They will even now be not able to send messages, they had included.

The August crackdown has drawn universal analysis, with ambassadors from a few nations raising worries about the sorry condition of human rights in the valley.

A few many Kashmiri politicians, activists, legal counselors and others stay in authority, generally without charge, including previous boss priests and the city hall leader of capital Srinagar.

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