Police Requests People; ‘Don’t Pay Any Heed To Face Book Posts’

KL Report

Srinagar

After the news of Gool Killings by Border Security Forces spread, the first major decision taken by the administration was to block the mobile internet services in valley. The ban could last for around six hours after being vehemently criticized.

This was not the first instance of banning the services, but one among many. With imposition of curfew, the virtual world was also made out of bounds.

Now after resuming the services, the administration has tough time to manage the anger and rage of people particularly youth who use the virtual world to give vent to their feelings.

Done with ban and other measures to stop the impact, Police Sunday tried a different tool, An Appeal.

According to police spokesman, “Some people are trying to vitiate the atmosphere by spreading rumours on face book.”

“People are requested not to give any heed to such posts,” he added.

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