Is Facebook suppressing our voices? Our 18 posts deleted by Facebook

As we all know that Facebook is the world’s biggest social media sites where nearly 2 billion people share their voices and opinions. But nowadays Facebook has started behaving like a sympathizer of people who spread fake news. Facebook is deleting the posts of genuine pages who share real and authentic news.

We run a Facebook page named as ‘Indian Military Update-IMU‘ where we always post authentic and verified news of Indian Forces. We have never shared any fake news on our page and always care about the community guidelines of Facebook.

In last 6 months, Facebook has deleted nearly 18 posts of our page which were genuine and authentic posts. I am attaching the screenshots of all deleted post for readers so that readers can decide whether it was against the Facebook community guidelines or authentic posts.

1st March, 2019

After the Balakot Strike, IAF Wing Commander Abhinandan shot down the Pakistani F-16 and later captured by Pakistani army. We had posted about this on our page with a caption “Wg Cdr Abhinandan is Hero” which was deleted by Facebook because it didn’t follow Facebbok community guidelines. We requested for review but after reviewing, Facebook confirmed us that this post doesn’t follow Facebook community guidelines.

Post: 1

Note: When Facebook deletes any post then it blocks the admin for 3 days(72 hours) and sometimes it is extended to 30 days.

1st March, 2019

Second post was deleted by Facebook on 1st March, 2019 where we shared the screenshots of flight flying over Indian & Pakistan and compared the differences between India and Pakistan. After reviewing, Facebook confirmed that This post went against Community Standards on hate speech.

Post: 2

4th June, 2019:

Third post deleted by Facebook which is being still reviewed by Facebook.

Post: 3

6th June, 2019:

During ICC Cricket World Cup, MS Dhoni had used the ‘Balidan’ patch on his gloves which was posted by us on our page with caption ‘MS Dhoni never misses a chance to show his love for Indian Army.’ This post was also deleted by Facebook under spam and Facebook is still reviewing this post.

7th June, 2019:

When MS dhoni used the ‘Balidan’ patch gloves then ICC said, “The ICC equipment and clothing regulations do not permit the display messages that relate to political, religious or racial activities or causes during an international match Pic. ”

We posted the same thing and compared it with Pakistani players doinng Namaz in the field. This post was also deleted by Facebook under spam and Facebook is still reviewing this post.

7th June, 2019:

We shared the action taken by Indian Army in last 24 hours in J&K on 7th June, 2019. This post was also deleted by Facebook under spam and Facebook is still reviewing this post.

8th June, 2019:

We shared a video of Indian Army soldiers where they were showing the condition of foods in the Siachen with caption “What soldiers undergo in the icy heights of Siachen Glacier. A small glimpse into their everyday life especially condition of Foods.” This post was also deleted by Facebook under spam and Facebook is still reviewing this post.

Watch the same video:

8th June, 2019:

When we posted the screenshots of all our deleted posts on our page then it was also deleted by Facebook and after review, Facebook found that it was against their community standards.

8th June, 2019:

Facebook finds India’s map and photo of Indian Army soldier against their community standard and deletes it. We had posted a pic of Indian Army soldier with India’s map in background. This post was also deleted by Facebook under spam and Facebook is still reviewing this post.

8th June, 2019:

When Wing Commander Abhinandan released from hospital then he was seen taking pic with Indian Army soldiers. we shared that video with caption “Wg Cdr Abhinandan first video after releasing from Hospital”

This post was also deleted by Facebook under spam and Facebook is still reviewing this post.

11th June, 2019:

When a aircraft of Indian Air force crashed in forest of Arunachal Pradesh and Indian Armed forces could not able to find the exact location of that aircraft then we posted this post with caption “AN-32’s wreckage found in Arunachal Pradesh. Chances of survival are very less because of highly densed area but lets pray for safety.”

This post was also deleted by Facebook under spam and Facebook is still reviewing this post.

11th June, 2019:

“India’s historic step, voted first time in favour of Israel and against of Palestine in UN”- This post was also deleted by facebook and after reviewing it, Facebook found it against their community standards.

11th June, 2019:

“Wreckage of AN32 spotted from Mi-17 . For more details visit:  AN-32’s wreckage found in Arunachal Pradesh, No survivors from the crash of An32

This post was also deleted by Facebook and after reviewing it, Facebook found it against their community standards.

12th August, 2019:

After removal of Article 370, there was a curfew in Jammu &Kashmir. Before the festival of Bakrid, NSA Ajit Doval had visited the various area of Kashmir valley to know about the ground situation of Kashmir. In that context, we had shared two videos of Ajit Doval where he was seen interacting with local people of Kashmir valley But Facebook found that video against their community standards and deleted it.

We requested Facebook to review this action but Facebook is still reviewing this post.

Here is the same video of NSA Ajit Doval which was deleted by Facebook.

Screenshot of deleted Post:

Few days ago, Our page reach had been reduced to zero for one week by Facebook. When we asked Facebook about this then they didn’t give us any reason behind this.

14th December, 2019

On 14th December 2019, Facebook restricted our page for 7 days without giving any reason. Facebook always restricts our page without giving any reason.

You can find all these screenshot of deleted posts in this thread of Twitter:

Now Indian Government should ask question to Facebook company about its bias towards the particular pages.

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