Kashmir journalist arrested under India’s anti-terror laws

The editor of an independent news website in Kashmir has been arrested as police investigate if he violated India’s sedition and anti-terrorism laws.
Fahad Shah, founding editor of The Kashmir Walla, was arrested Friday in Pulwama, a city in the Indian-administered part of Kashmir. The contested territory is also in part administered by Pakistan.

According to a statement published by The Kashmir Walla, Shah was summoned by police as part of an investigation into a series of reports the outlet published about a police raid in the area in January 2020.

Shah has not been formally charged. But in a statement Friday, local police in Pulwama accused Shah of being among a group ofFacebook users” who uploaded “anti-national content including photographs, videos and posts with criminal intention to create fear among public.” Continue Reading

(SOURCE) https://www.cnn.com/2022/02/07/media/kashmir-journalist-arrest-india-intl-hnk/index.html


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