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印度禁止短信群发以平息恐慌

epa03363389 Hundreds of migrant students and workers from north-eastern part of Assam gather at the city's railway station to catch a train after a rumour of possible violence spread 15 August 2012, Bangalore, 16 August 2012. Police in the southern Indian city of Bangalore on 16 August denied rumours of attacks on migrants from the north-east after thousands of students from that region fled the city. At least 5,000 people, mostly students, left on special trains late 15 August in response to rumours spread by telephone text messages of imminent targeted attacks, the IANS news agency reported. The purported upcoming attacks would be in revenge for recent ethnic violence in the north-eastern state of Assam that killed 74 people, mostly Muslim settlers, IANS reported. EPA/JAGADEESH NV +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++

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印度周五(8月17日)发布紧急措施,15天内禁止手机短信群发,以杜绝盛传的种族冲突报复谣言。印度境内的手机短信快速散播针对东北部人的报复谣言,造成民众恐慌。由于受到周三开始在手机和社交媒体中迅速散布的谣言影响,许多在南方工作的阿萨姆人和其他东北部人逃离南方城市,至周五人数已达2万。一名官员表示,未来两星期内所有手机都无法一次发送短信给超过5人。目前最大规模的逃离潮发生在班加罗尔,周四共有6000人挤上前往阿萨姆的4列火车,周三则至少有5000人离开该市。海德拉巴、浦那和金奈也出现大规模的逃离人潮。印度总理已公开谴责散布谣言的行为,要求严惩造谣者。