Baramulla: Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Baramulla Amod Ashok Nagpure on Thursday sternly cautioned the public against sharing any online content related to terrorist and separatist propaganda. Emphasizing the gravity of the situation, SSP Nagpure issued a clear warning that strict legal measures would be taken against individuals found disseminating posts associated with terrorist organizations on any social media platform.
Addressing the media in a press conference , SSP Nagpure revealed that the police department has proactively undertaken necessary preparations to crackdown on those utilizing digital devices or specialized media to circulate content issued by terrorist or separatist groups. The SSP assured the public that law enforcement agencies are fully equipped and committed to identifying and taking legal action against any individuals involved in such activities.
Moreover, SSP Nagpure urged citizens who come across messages or content related to terrorism and propaganda activities to promptly report them to the authorities. The collaboration of the community, he stressed, is crucial in the fight against online extremism.
In a specific plea to parents, the senior police official urged them to be vigilant and ensure that their children, especially teenagers, use social media responsibly. Acknowledging the potential risks associated with online platforms, SSP Nagpure underscored the need for parents to actively monitor their children’s online activities, preventing inadvertent associations with unlawful content.
The SSP’s warning comes as part of a broader effort by law enforcement agencies to curb the spread of extremist ideologies and propaganda through online channels. The Baramulla police are taking proactive steps to safeguard the community from the potential threats posed by digital platforms used for the dissemination of unlawful content.
As the situation unfolds, authorities continue to emphasize the importance of community cooperation and responsible online behavior to maintain the security and well-being of the region.