The Indian Government is cracking down on social media users in the predominantly-Muslim state of Jammu and Kashmir, confiscating phones used for transmitting messages that are critical of the government.
India ordered high-speed 4G Internet services in Kashmir to be restored more than a month ago, but the services have yet to come online, one of the many issues cited by the global human rights group Amnesty International as it announced on Wednesday that it was pulling out of the country, the BBC reported.
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