In India, measures are being taken to oppose the Modi government’s freedom of speech. Eight citizens were arrested for posting offensive remarks on social media against the defense chief of staff, General Bipin Lavat, who was killed in a helicopter crash.
In addition, a female bank employee in Jammu was fired for making a nasty post. The woman is accused of responding to the laughing emoji on the death of Bipin Rawat on social media posts.
According to Indian police, three people were arrested in Rajasthan State on charges of injuring public sentiment, and five others were arrested in other parts of the country.
In Karnataka, two people were also investigated for such social media posts.
Last week, 13 people, including General Bipinglawat, were killed in a helicopter crash.
In recent years, Indian police have arrested hundreds of Internet users. More than a dozen Indians were arrested in October for celebrating Pakistan’s victory in a cricket match. Many of them are still under resistance and anti-terrorism laws.Detained in