Srinagar: Though cyber police officials assert that they have questioned a great deal of youth in the past two months for “cyber bullying”, several political leaders and activists have accused the J&K administration of pushing youth to the wall and not allowing them even to create about their feelings on different social media platforms.
Cyber police have been questioning a whole lot of youths and several of them have deleted their accounts following “interaction with law enforcement, warning them not to repeat such offending reviews anymore”. Studies claimed that in the new previous, cyber law enforcement of Srinagar have discovered more than 300 accounts which were being indulging in loathe posts and “cyber bullying”.
SP Cyber Police who are heading the Srinagar operations informed the media that they have been able to identify all this kind of anti-social elements and all of them would be summoned for questioning and police will consider to look into the commitment behind such posts. According to law enforcement, quite a few of them deactivated their accounts, but they ended up in a position to trace them and most of them would be questioned and even booked if identified responsible for any rates less than cyber guidelines.
Cyber law enforcement acted just after getting a good deal of complaints from numerous people, including from political circles, complaining of focused harassment and threats. Cyber police have made a decision to act as they dread that if this kind of groups ended up allowed to operate on unique social media platforms from Kashmir valley, it can be a menace to peace in potential. When the law enforcement claimed that it was “coordinated on-line assault and not on political lines”, several political events have claimed that most of the educated youth, like industry experts, were compelled to delete their accounts due to the coercion of cyber police. Popular faces of the civil culture of Kashmir, like Khurram Parvaiz, advised the media that police at the occasion of the authorities have been attempting to assert a distinct brand name of politics by drive in Kashmir.
Iltija Mufti, who is handling the twitter account of her jailed mom Mehbooba Mufti, reacted to the cyber law enforcement motion in a collection of tweets and accused the Srinagar cyber police mobile of forcing opinionated Kashmiri youths to delete their accounts on twitter. “Curious case of K twitter. Young, educated & opinionated Kashmiris on Twitter have instantly disappeared from the system. Evidently, most male consumers were being summoned by the infamous Cyber Cell in Srinagar, compelled to delete their accounts & sign ‘bonds’ promising ‘good behaviour’,” explained one of the posts of Iltija Mufti on her mother’s account.
Cyber law enforcement main of Srinagar has previously advised the media that all the allegations like that of “thought policing” of Kashmiri youth is baseless. In a series of tweets from Mehbooba Mufti’s account, Iltija Mufti explained that in essence the J&K administration was striving to assert the “fake narrative” of normalcy instead of accepting the floor realities of Kashmir. She claimed that cyber police have even named quite a few women and they have even explained to them by means of their businesses that they should delete the accounts or encounter the law. “Surely a cowardly tactic to blackmail females,” she reported in one particular of the tweets.