President Arif Alvi gets notice from Twitter for posting in Kashmir Favor

In a latest, Twitter has sent notices to the President of Pakistan Dr Arif Alvi and Minister for Communications Murad Saeed along with several other politicians for raising voice over the ongoing human rights violations in Indian-Occupied Kashmir.

The recent actions by the social media site have sparked reactions among the masses. Twitter informed Murad Saeed that it had received a complaint from India that his Twitter account shares content that violates the Indian law. However, the minister stood his ground and said that he could not be silenced.

President Arif Alvi gets a notice from Twitter for posting in Kashmir Favor

Murad Saeed tweeted, “Deploy armies, put barricades, suspend media, impose a curfew, bare people from going IOK. We can’t be silenced India; you will still be exposed. You will still be exposed”.

Twitter also sent a notice to former Interior Minister, Rehman Malik, for sharing posts over India aggression in the Kashmir valley.

Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has raised its concerns over suspension of twitter handles of Pakistani users for allegedly posting views in support of Kashmiri people and against atrocities by Indian forces in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJ&K) with Twitter administration.

The Authority through a letter has accused twitter administration or under the influence of Indian lobbies and depriving Pakistani users which is not only against the fundamental rights of the users but is also in violation of Twitter’s own community guidelines.

PTA has written a letter to twitter administration while saying that prima facie, this action is in violation of the policy and community standards of Twitter, and any attempt to stifle freedom of expression.

PTA has received numerous complaints about 200 of Twitter users about blocking of their accounts apparently for advocating Kashmiri rights and condemning Indian forces’ atrocities in Indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir.

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Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.

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