J&K cops send notice to Twitter seeking details on 'malicious' user

Sneha Yadav
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J&K Superintendent sends an official letter to Twitter

In the latest unfolding of events, the Jammu & Kashmir cops have sent an official notice to Twitter seeking information regarding WajSKhan.

The police in Jammu & Kashmir has shot a letter to Twitter, seeking details of an account that has allegedly been spreading rumours through tweets very frequently. According to the police, as reported by IANS, these tweets are leading to law and order situation in the Kashmir valley. The cops have asked Twitter to share the registered email ID, mobile number and IP details in regard to the account.

The Superintendent of Police, Police Component Srinagar demanded details of the Twitter handle registered as "WSK" "@WajSKhan" having Twitter User ID: "74964902".

The letter to Twitter, Inc, Corporate secretary in 1335 Market Street Suite 900 San Francisco, CA94103 US said: "@WajSKhan is spreading rumours through his tweets very frequently which are leading to law and order situation in Kashmir valley which in turn is a threat to lives of general public and that of security forces deployed in the Kashmir Valley to maintain law and order in view of recent developments."

"The tweets of the abovementioned twitter handle could lead to clashes between various communities and hence have the potential to a aggravate the situation further endangering the lives of the general public," it adds.

The CRPF also tweeted to highlight the anonymity of the 'malicious' tweet. They said, "The malicious content of this tweet is absolutely baseless and untrue. As always, all the security forces of India are working with coordination and bonhomie. Patriotism and our tricolour lie at the core of our hearts and existence, even when the color of our uniforms may differ."

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