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Jammu and Kashmir: Government bans seven ‘fake news portals’ Kashmir Government
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Jammu and Kashmir: Government bans seven ‘fake news portals’

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 17 Aug 2022, 05:49 pm

Ramban: District administration in Ramban region of Jammu and Kashmir has  banned the operation of seven “news portals” for allegedly peddling fake news, allegedly harassing government officials, media reports said.

Deputy Commissioner Ramban Mussarat Islam informed The Kashmir Walla that it is phase one and next phase others who fail to produce genuine credentials will be banned.

Deputy Commissioner Ramban has directed the SSP Ramban to implement the order in letter and spirit.

The order issued by the district administration reads that it is the paramount duty to ensure peace and maintenance of law and order within the territorial jurisdiction of District Ramban by preventing the operation of illegal news portals peddling fake news and maligning the image of the government.”

“Further there is every apprehension that if the operations of these fake news portals remain unchecked, the peaceful fabric of the district shall be disturbed”.

The banned list includes Latief Rezza, Sangaldan (United Urdu News), Charanjeet Bali Ukheral (VD News), Mubashir Nazir Ukheral (News Verse India), Zulifkar Bhat, Sangaldhan (Current News of India, ‘CNI’), Sajad Runiyal, Maligam Pogal (News Bureau of India ‘NBI), Parvez Bhat of Rajgarh (Today News Line) and an unknown person running GHRT News’, reports the news portal.