WSWS call to fight Internet censorship published in Urdu, Bengali, and Telugu

The open letter the World Socialist Web Site International Editorial Board issued last month calling for an International Coalition of Socialist, Antiwar and Progressive Websites to fight Internet censorship is now available in three more South Asian languages—Urdu, Bengali, and Telugu.

Urdu is the national language of Pakistan and is also spoken by tens of millions of people in north India.

Bengali is spoken by more than 250 million people in Bangladesh and eastern India.

Telugu is a major language of Southern India.

The WSWS Open Letter was previously published in Tamil and Sinhala.

We encourage our readers in South Asia and around the world to disseminate the Open Letter as widely as possible. The threat to basic democratic rights, as it explains, is far-reaching and immediate and must be resisted.