Radio Pakistan's live streaming on Facebook stopped showing Indian atrocities in Kashmir

Radio Pakistan's live streaming on Facebook stopped showing Indian atrocities in Kashmir

Radio Pakistan's live streaming on Facebook stopped showing Indian atrocities in Kashmir
Facebook has blocked live streaming of Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation on displaying news of Indian atrocities and barbarism on oppressed people in occupied Kashmir.

Screenshots of the content posted by Facebook on the social networking site Facebook has been uploaded to Radio Pakistan's website.

The content that has been banned includes coverage of the Hizb-ul-Mujahideen's young leader Burhan Wani's anniversary in July this year and the reporting of India's curfew after the martyrdom of Hizb-ul-Mujahideen commander Zakir Musa.

However, after the live streaming was blocked by Facebook, the Broadcasting Corporation of Pakistan started broadcasting on Radio Pakistan's Bulletin YouTube, with alternative arrangements.

It should be remembered that in 2016, Facebook was facing severe criticism globally when it blocked dozens of posts reporting on the incident of Burhani Wani.

Dozens of photos, videos and even individual pages reporting on the situation in occupied Kashmir, as well as individual pages, were blocked.

According to the Arab broadcaster Al Jazeera, Twitter also recently received criticism when hundreds of tweets from social and human rights activists were criticized for criticizing Indian policies in occupied Kashmir.

Al Jazeera's report claimed that since 2017, more than 1 million tweets have been deleted in Indian occupied Kashmir before the world.

In August this year, Asif Ghafoor, director-general of the Pakistan Army's Public Relations Department, said that Pakistan was protesting against Facebook and Twitter over the alleged suspension of Pakistani social media pages that had exposed Kashmir's support and Indian barbarism. Had expressed.

Facebook has banned 17,807 content globally, with 31% of its content posted by Pakistan from January to July 2019.

In the first half of 2019, Facebook suffered 5,690 content bans in Pakistan, compared to 4,174 items in the second half of 2018.

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