ISLAMABAD: In another act of suppressing freedom of speech, the Indian government has got blocked the official song of a game developed to highlight the Kashmiri resilience and paying tribute to martyred Kashmiri leader Burhan Wani and Dukhtaran-e-Millat leader Asia Andrabi on YouTube.
Kashmir Intifada, a game and website, has been developed by The Digital Intelligence. The purpose of the game is to develop insight about the oppression by Indian forces against unarmed Kashmiri people and the ever-increasing Indian brutalities in the occupied region. It also aims at exposing Ajit Doval’s agenda as he tries to install ISIS in Kashmir.
The game’s official song was gaining popularity among Kashmiri as well as Indian youth rapidly. Feeling threatened of the situation, the Indian government lodged an official complaint with YouTube and got the song blocked in India.
The ‘Kashmir Intifada’ contains information about organisations leading the struggle for freedom in the valley, and also brings torture tactics and atrocities of the Indian army to the forefront besides showing how Kashmiri men and women stand shoulder to shoulder in their struggle for freedom even in dire circumstances. It shows how the entire valley has been turned into a torture cell for Muslims, and that how the new breed of women, emerging from years of crisis, are both fearless and devoted to the freedom struggle.
In the blogger/vlogger section, a host of famous personalities from the fields of arts, politics, media, and others share their blogs and video logs about the atrocities faced by the Kashmiri brethren at the hands of the Indian army in occupied Kashmir.
Leading writers, intellectuals and celebrities from the media also participate through blogs, video blogs, articles and messages to express their views on the situation in Kashmir.
Famous bloggers/video loggers include actor Faisal Qureshi, legendary singer and composer Fakhir, anchor Jasmin Manzoor, singer and actress Rabi Pirzaada, writer Tooba Amir, anchor Mustafa Chaudhry, Senator Anwar Kakar, KP Assembly Deputy Speaker Mehmood Jan, MNA Romina Khursheed, former senator Sehar Kamran, Erum Farooqi, Mehreen Malik, fashion designer Sam Dada, Ainee Bukhari and RJ Faiza Qureshi.