Media in occupied Kashmir barred from reporting facts

Report says journalists, rights activists and even ordinary netizens are arrested for expressing their opinions on social media.

In Indian Illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, censorship has reached a new high after India revoked its special status in August 2019.

A report released by Kashmir Media Service, today, said Modi regime has employed a range of intimidating tactics to ensure no reporting critical of its actions comes out of the territory.

The report said journalists, rights activists, and even ordinary netizens in IIOJK are arrested for merely expressing their opinions on social media.

The report said IIOJK’s mainstream media is not allowed to report facts on ground and legitimate political voices of people of occupied Kashmir are being silenced under the guise of national security.

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