September 10, 2021
Published 16 days ago
SRINAGAR—Police in Indian-administered Kashmir have raided the homes of four journalists, triggering concerns of a further crackdown on press freedom in the disputed region that was stripped of its limited autonomy two years ago.
Following the raids, the four journalists were summoned to local police stations in Srinagar, the region’s main city, where they are being questioned since Wednesday morning. The police did not specify the reason for the raids.
Three of the journalists have written for foreign media while one is an editor of a monthly news magazine.
The Express Tribune, January 13, 2017
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