Occupied Kashmir: A case filed against a female journalist who interpreted torture with pictures
Srinagar: Another attempt has been made to suppress the voice of the oppressed Kashmiris in occupied Kashmir. Photo courtesy of Musarat Zahra, a photojournalist who interpreted Indian atrocities on Kashmiris.
According to a foreign news agency, the photojournalist was accused of anti-state activities through social media posts.
Talking to the BBC, Musharraf said that the police did not formally inform them of the registration of the case against him.
Indian police claim that Musarat Zahra is inciting youth and promoting unrest through his social media posts.
Musarat Zahra can be declared a terrorist in a lawsuit under the UAPA Act. Meanwhile, women's journalist organizations have condemned the case against Musarat Zahra.
It may be recalled that Musarat Zahra shared a picture of Arifa Jan, a Kashmiri woman on social media three days ago, whose husband was killed in 2000 by the Indian occupation army.