There has been peace in the state since the removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. There was peace in the state on the day of Eid al-Azha (Bakrid). However, the neighboring country is also trying to spoil the situation in the state of Pakistan but it could not succeed. Meanwhile, the Center had asked Twitter to close 8 accounts operated from Kashmir. They are spreading rumors and false information in the state. They also suspended 4 Twitter accounts on the order of the Center.
What are these 8 accounts and what are they about, let us tell you
What is the whole matter?
In fact, the Government of India was constantly keeping a watch on the Twitter account running Propaganda on social media on Article 370. When the water went above the head, the government asked Twitter to remove all these accounts. After which, they suspended 4 accounts immediately. Officials said that they suspended these Twitter accounts for allegedly spreading false and baseless facts against India in the Jammu and Kashmir case.
Let us tell you that on Monday itself, they spread the news through some accounts on Twitter that there was a valley firing on the occasion of Bakri Eid. However, in the evening the local administration clarified that the festival was celebrated in a peaceful manner and they fired not a single shot. A Twitter spokesperson said, “We do not comment on personal accounts because of personal and security reasons.” In our Twitter Transparency Report, a request is published twice every year on this social networking site.
Order to delete these accounts
@sageelaniii (account suspended)
@ sadaf2k19 (account suspended)
@ RiazKha61370907 (Account Suspended)
@ RiazKha723 (account suspended)
List of 8 accounts which India asked to be removed, since they are doing maximum exposition of Indian atrocities in Occupied & Besieged Kashmir. So, no you don’t lead the pack.
However, there is an ss circulating that Government of Pak has approached Twitter against your posts. pic.twitter.com/DWgqFEXMC8
— Shining Pearl (@iShiningPearl) August 12, 2019