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Police launch drive against hate-mongers in strife-torn Kashmir


Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir Police have started a massive drive to arrest those allegedly involved in online hate-campaign against Government officials, especially the police officers who are at the forefront of crackdown on protesters.

On Tuesday, police launched  its first-ever major crackdown on cyberspace in the Valley, fuelling anxiety among internet users.

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“Following the reports that some miscreants are misusing the cyber space, the police department has activated its  technical cells across the state to monitor such activities on social media,” a spokesman of J & K police said on Wednesday.

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According to  him, some miscreants who threatened these professionals and Government functionaries through their posts and uploads have already been arrested and brought to several police stations in the city, including  Pantha Chowk, Zakoora and the Chanapora post.

A crackdown has also been initiated against internet users after some online users uploaded a video of  a Station House Officerr (SHO) who, stopped an ambulance carrying the body of a youth, killed near the encounter site in Budgam on March 28.

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