KARACHI, Pakistan

Facebook allegedly suspended live news streaming by Pakistan’s state-run radio over posts on Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir that “goes against” the social media website’s “community standards”.

In a statement on Sunday, Radio Pakistan accused Facebook of blocking live news bulletins by the Pakistan Broadcast Corporation (PBC) for the PBC’s social media activity on “continued atrocities, curfew and military lockdown” in Kashmir.

The move came weeks after Twitter reportedly suspended hundreds of accounts operated by Pakistani users that posting content criticizing human rights conditions in Kashmir after New Delhi scrapped the disputed region’s longstanding special rights last August.

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