Criminal complaint filed against freelance protestor Shehla Rashid for spreading fake news against Indian Army
Earlier in the day, freelance protestor-turned-politician Shehla Rashid, who has an illustrious career of peddling fake news, Shehla Rashid in a series of tweets had attempted to incite people by sharing false claims of torture and excessive force being used against Kashmiris.
Shehla Rashid inciting people by sharing fake news, claims of torture and excessive force being used against Kashmiris untrue: Indian Army
In a series of tweets, Rashid had alleged that the situation in Jammu and Kashmir is grim and that the armed forces are using excessive force on the Kashmiris.
Abhisar Sharma complaints about few memes, Pakistani journalist circulates the video
‘Modi govt threat to Nehru and Gandhi’s India,’ Pakistan PM Imran Khan continues to rant into the void
Days after Pakistan's minister taunted Rahul Gandhi for letting Modi get back to power, Khan equated the RSS to the Nazis
If talks are held with Pakistan, it will be only on Pakistan occupied Kashmir: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh
No talks with Pakistan till it ends terrorism, after that talk only on PoK, Rajnath Singh issues stern message to Pakistan
Army veteran Surendra Poonia receives threats from Pakistan, files online complaint with cyber crime portal
Major Poonia shared screenshots of the threats he has been receiving as well as screenshot of message which said how an unknown number had threatened to character assassinate him and malign him.
Purported email screenshots of Kavita Krishnan’s team show them discussing use of retired judges and ex-military officers for Kashmir propaganda
Purported screenshots of internal emails of urban naxals are being circulated on social media
For all his theatrics, Imran Khan appears to be screaming into the void.
Columnist at Shekhar Gupta’s ThePrint spreads Pakistani and Khalistani propaganda about London protests on Article 370 abrogation
Zainab Sikander of ThePrint has dubbed the Pakistani and Khalistani protests a "movement by the people for the people of Kashmir".
After downgrading diplomatic ties, parody country Pakistan bans Indian airing Indian ads, confiscates Indian movie CDs
Considering Pakistan itself was once part of undivided India, most of the Indians are looking forward and hopeful that the parody country bans itself.