WhatsApp accounts have been closed in the Kashmir

WhatsApp accounts have been closed in the Kashmir

Srinagar: Kashmiris' WhatsApp accounts have been closed due to continuous internet shutdown in the occupied valley. Under this policy, accounts that have been inactive for 120 days are automatically closed.

According to details, the invasion of occupied Indian Army in occupied Kashmir is underway, lockdown and sanctions remain on the 124th day, causing Kashmiris to face serious problems, till now the local economy has suffered a loss of one billion dollars while thousands of people are left unharmed. Jobs are done

Due to the continued suspension of prepaid mobile phones, SMS and Internet services in the occupied area, people have also been disconnected from their surroundings.

Thousands of Kashmir WhatsApp accounts have been closed due to continuous internet shutdown in the occupied valley, Kashmiris' accounts have been closed under Facebook policy, and the accounts that have been inactive for 120 days are automatically closed under the policy.

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According to the Kashmir Media Service, a comprehensive mosque in Srinagar has been sealed to prevent the payment of prayers. Kashmiris are reluctant to offer prayers for 18 consecutive weeks. There will be protests against Indian atrocities in different areas today.

In the cold winter, the situation in the occupied valley has become severe due to the suspension of power supply and the lack of food and drink products.

According to the report, 60 Kashmiris were arrested by the occupying Indian troops raiding their homes in November and three houses were destroyed during the siege.

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