Journalism in Kashmir in ‘state of repression’: Media watchdog

International Press Institute says media freedom in India-administered Kashmir is under threat, charge officials deny.

Srinagar, Indian-administered Kashmir – Press freedom in Indian-administered Kashmir is “under a serious threat from security forces”, the International Press Institute (IPI) has said in a report published on Tuesday.

Raising concerns about the conditions of journalists in the disputed Muslim-majority region, the global media watchdog urged India’s Hindu nationalist government to end restrictions and harassment of journalists placed following revocation of the region’s special status last August.

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