Indian army bans Facebook & 89 other apps

Indian Army has banned 90 applications including top social media apps like Facebook and Instagram and directed soldiers to delete these apps from their phones immediately citing risk of security through data leaks.

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Indian Army bans Facebook and 89 other apps.

As per the directives issued by the Indian Army, soldiers are required to delete these apps by 15 July and anyone who is found violating these orders shall face strict action according to the Indian Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane.

Apart from the Chinese apps originally banned by the government the Indian Army has placed a ban on several other apps including the online multiplayer game PUBG, messaging app Viber and even the online dating app Tinder.

Indian Army Attacks Innocent Civilians

The Indian forces have been carrying out violent acts of terrorism involving attacks on innocent civilian population in Kashmir. This includes killing of innocent children with mortars and heavy weaponry.

There is ceasefire violation by these Indian Army terrorists almost every other day resulting loss of innocent life at the Line of Control. These Indian forces specifically carry out attacks on innocent civilian populations.

Read more: Indian Army unprovoked ceasefire violation five civilian injured along LoC.

These Indian forces even carry out such atrocities in Indian Occupied Kashmir. Just a few days ago, Indian soldiers dragged out an old man from his car as he was going to get groceries and gunned him down without reason or cause.

Pictures surfaced online of the man and his three year old grandson sitting body of his dead grandfather. Originally Indian forces tried to blame the incident on Pakistan but a video statement released by the man’s family brought the truth to light as the man’s daughter was also present at the time of the incident.

According to that video, Indian forces stopped their car and dragged out the old man and shot him without any cause or reason just to blame the matter on Pakistan.

We can even see how they disregard the dead by walking over them in tweets shared in our original post about the incident.

Read more: Kashmiri boy sits over grandfather’s body killed by Indian Forces.

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