The central government has blocked 7 Indian YouTube channels, 1 Pakistani YouTube channel, a Facebook account and two Facebook posts for spreading fake news against the country. The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting said in a statement that the blocked channels have over 114 million viewers and 8.5 million subscribers.
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The central government has said that the content of these channels is aimed at spreading hatred among religious groups in the country. The Center said in a statement that several videos on banned channels are spreading false propaganda such as the government ordering religious structures to be disputed, the government banning religious gatherings and declaring religious war in India.
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The YouTube channels that were blocked include Democracy TV (12.90 lakh subscribers), U&V TV TV (10.20 lakh subscribers), AM Razvi (95,900 subscribers), Gaurav Pawan Mithilanchal (7 lakh subscribers), Sarkar Update (80,900 subscribers), Dekho (19.40 lakh subscribers) – all outside India, while the Pakistan-based channel was News Ki Duniya, which had 97,000 subscribers.
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The statement said that the YouTube channel used to post fake news on various topics like Indian Armed Forces, Jammu and Kashmir, adding that the content was considered completely false and sensitive from the point of view of national security and friendly relations of India .
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Earlier last month, Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur had said that the government has banned 94 YouTube channels for spreading fake news during the year 2021-22. Along with this, 19 social media accounts and 747 URLs have also been banned. Replying to a question in the Rajya Sabha, Thakur said that this action has been taken under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act, 2000.
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