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Amnesty International’s report on human rights violations in India continues

Kashmiri journalist Fahad Shah’s website “The Kashmir Walla” was blocked, more than 200 people of Manipur tribes were killed and 5 thousand were displaced.

Dawn Staff Reporter + Dawn TV

London: Amnesty International has released a report on human rights violations in India, which states that in 2023, the Modi government imposed heavy restrictions on human rights organizations and the media.

According to Amnesty International, Kashmiri journalist Fahad Shah’s website “The Kashmir Walla” was blocked in 2023, Kashmiri journalist Fahad Shah’s Facebook and Twitter accounts were also blocked, several in Srinagar, Budgam, Anantnag, and Baramulla. Houses were demolished, and on December 2023 the Supreme Court of India also sealed the repeal of Article 370.
In February 2023, the BBC offices were raided and closed over an anti-Modi documentary, and a decision was made to remove anti-Modi material under the Digital Media Ethics Code Bill.
In 2023, 255 incidents of violence against Indian Muslims were reported, and more than 32 Muslims were killed in Assam, Bihar, Delhi, Haryana, and other areas, Indian Muslims were stripped of their citizenship rights after the amendment of the Citizenship Amendment Act. , more than 200 people of Manipur tribes were killed and 5 thousand displaced.

In 2023, a Wall Street Journal journalist was subjected to insulting behavior by Indian extremists, and 46 journalists of the News Click organization were subjected to false accusations of terrorism.

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