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Facebook removes JI official page over pro-Kashmir content

KARACHI: World’s biggest social media network Facebook has removed Jamaat-e-Islami’s official page for publishing content that exposed Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir, party statement said Wednesday.

“That page was at second number with respect to likes (3M+) and on first regarding overall page reach of any political party,” a post on the Jamaat’s Facebook page read.

A Jamaat official said that two other pages operated by the party have been removed from the social media website in the past two days.

The Islamist party further said that its women wing page was also found deleted.

This is not the first Facebook has removed or suspended accounts for allegation violation.

In the recent past, Facebook suspended the account of top Pakistani actor Hamza Abbasi over his views on slain Kashmiri commander Burhan Wani.