End the ban on Social media in Kashmir called Reporters Without Border

The international organisation working for free press, Reporters Without Borders called on Indian government to end the ban on social media in Indian occupied Kashmir. The Indian government banned 22 media sites in April including Facebook and Twitter. The Indian government accused these sites for spreading hate and inciting violence.

Reporters Without Borders asked  Indian authorities to stop threatening and harassing the journalists. In the past year, violence against journalists has been a cause of concern to press freedom organisations. Indian government not only preventing the journalists from covering and reporting the events but also cut the internet and phone services regularly. 

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