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YouTube Bans Channel ‘Sab Loktantra’ for Uploading Videos About Rohingyas & Other Illegal Immigrants

WebdeskAug 26, 2021, 12:00 AM IST

YouTube Bans Channel ‘Sab Loktantra’ for Uploading Videos About Rohingyas & Other Illegal Immigrants
Rachit Kaushik

The YouTube channel, run by Rachit Kaushik, was very vocal about the Rohingya, other illegal immigrants to India and Islamist threats. 

 

YouTube banned the channel ‘Sab Loktantra’, which was very vocal about the Rohingya and other illegal immigrants to the country. The channel, run by Rachit Kaushik, was raising issues that made many Islamists uncomfortable.


This is the second time in as many months when YouTube has banned the channel. In the first week of July this year, the channel was banned for a week. After the third such ban, the channel can be permanently deleted.

 

Through his channel, Kaushik has raised issues like how Rohingyas were getting preferential treatment in the country despite being illegal immigrants. He explained how they were managing to obtain illegal documents and were able to secure the advantage of government schemes meant for Indian citizens.  

 

In his other videos, he had explained how Bollywood was fueling the Jihadi undercurrent in the country. Kaushik expressed fear even Bollywood is mass reporting his YouTube channel. A few days back, he had uploaded a video about Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan naming their newborn child Jehangir. 

    
    


 

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Anonymous
on Aug 27 2021 14:33:15

Let's devise Our Own Similar Channel

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Anonymous
on Aug 26 2021 16:27:31

How come Youtube teach india what's justified and what not?

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