J&K Police arrests man for posting 'anti-national' content on social media
A man has been arrested on charges of spreading 'anti-national propaganda' on social media to vitiate the atmosphere in Jammu and Kashmir's Doda district, the police said on Sunday.
Jammu: A man has been arrested on charges of spreading "anti-national propaganda" on social media to vitiate the atmosphere in Jammu and Kashmir's Doda district, the police said on Sunday.
The social media monitoring cell of the Doda Police zeroed in on eight people involved in spreading anti-national propaganda through social media, and thereafter arrested Bashir Ahmed from Gundna area, a police official said.
Ahmed "posted anti-national content" on his Facebook wall and WhatsApp, he said. "He was trying to mislead the youth of the area and disturb the peace and communal harmony," he added.
A case has been registered against Ahmed in connection with the matter.
This comes after army officials revealed that the new modus operandi to indoctrinate and train Kashmiri youth in militancy was to call them through proper visa channels, rather than having them take the risk of crossing the border illegally.
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