Jammu & Kashmir cops set to fight against 'Facebook jihad'

Srinagar, Jan 2: Jammu and Kashmir police on Monday, Jan 2 said that they have set up three special police stations to fight against emerging cyber crime activities across the state.

Earlier, in 2010 many Facebook users were posting anti-India thoughts which led to stone-pelting at a number of places. Some people also used the "Facebook-jihad" which had been used to spread anti India propaganda last year. [Scam boats that rocked the world in 2011]

Keeping in mind those cases, the Jammu and Kashmir police has set up three special police stations to track the hi-tech cyber related crime including cyber frauds and inflammatory posting on social networking site done by cyber terrorists. [Iconic moments of Indian Sports in 2011]

According to Raja Aijaz Ali, Inspector General of Police (Crime branch), cops will be focused on defamatory campaigns on the social networking sites. Moreover, J&K crime branch has held a discussion with 'Intel' to have latest inputs to tackle cyber terrorism more strongly.

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