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understood #Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir police file case against various social media users under UAPA

Asaduddin Owaisi
@asadowaisi
Kashmir mein sab kuch normal hai, haina?

Everyday there is new proof of how little
@AmitShah
understood Kashmir (or apparently, how VPN technology works). So, now they try to set new world records of cruelty, incompetence & humiliation

Azaan Javaid
@AzaanJavaid
J&K police files FIR under UA (P) and IT act against individuals for defying government orders and misusing social media. IGP Kashmir,Vijay Kumar, makes an “appeal” to general public not to use social media through VPN’s.
#Kashmir


Dr Jitendra Singh
@DrJitendraSingh
Lieutenant Governor, Union Territory of #Jammu & #Kashmir , Sh G C Murmu, currently on a visit to national capital, was here for over one hour long one-to-one meeting to review the status of various centrally funded projects and other issues related to the UT.


Zulfiqar Ali
@ali_z000
In Pictures: 196 days of crippling lockdown in Indian occupied Kashmir.
Kashmir reels under unprecedented security lockdown since its special status was scrapped on August 6.

Debbie Abrahams
@Debbie_abrahams
Why did the Indian Government revoke my visa AFTER it was granted? Why didn’t they let me get a ‘visa on arrival’? Is it because I have been critical of the Indian Government on #Kashmir human rights issues?


J-K police files case against social media users under UAPA

Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir police has filed a case against various social media users “who defied the Government orders and misused the social media platforms.”

As per a police statement issued here, a lot of incriminating material has also been seized in this regard. “This is the first FIR registered in Cyber Police Station Kashmir Zone Srinagar since its notification by the Government. The case is registered under FIR No. 01 of 2020 U/S 13 U A (P) Act, 188, 505 of IPC and 66-A(b) of IT Act,” the statement read.

Police also added that while the social media has been banned in Jammu and Kashmir “to curb the misuse of the sites by miscreants for propagating false information/ rumors. The ban was ordered to stall the rumor mongering and spreading false and fake facts having the effect of causing social instability.”

The statement reads that despite the ban there have been “continuous reports of misuse of social media sites by the miscreants to propagate the secessionist ideology and to promote unlawful activities. Social media has remained a favorite tool which largely provides anonymity to the user and also gives wide reach. The FIR has been registered while taking cognizance of the social media posts by the miscreants by use of different VPNs, which are propagating rumors with regard to the current security scenario of the Kashmir valley, propagating secessionist ideology and glorifying terror acts/ terrorists.”

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