Kashmiri youth declared terrorist after celebrating Pakistan’s victory

Cases have been registered against female students of two medical colleges in Srinagar under the anti-terrorism law for allegedly celebrating Pakistan’s victory over India in the T20 World Cup.

So far, several students have been arrested in the occupied valley under the UAPA black law. The UAPA law was enacted to curb terrorist activities and gives the police extraordinary powers.

Uttar Pradesh police have also registered a case of mutiny against three engineering students studying at a college in Agra and arrested them, while a Muslim female teacher in Rajasthan has been sacked on the basis of WhatsApp status. Is.

Kashmiri leaders have condemned the police action against the students and demanded withdrawal of cases against them. Former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said that the situation in Jammu and Kashmir after two years of oppression, That should have been enough to open the eyes of the Indian government and it should have reformed itself.

It should be noted that on the day of the T20 match between Pakistan and India, Indian Home Minister Amit Shah was on a visit to Kashmir. During this time, he made several statements regarding the involvement of Kashmiri youth. However, two days later, a case was registered against Kashmiri students under the darkest law, UAP.

In its report, DW quoted Indian police officials as saying that FIRs have been registered in two different police stations and an investigation is underway. The FIR states that the students chanted slogans and set off firecrackers. They were making noise and dancing.

Rajesh Sharma, police chief of Jammu region’s Samba district, said six to seven people were detained near the international border for allegedly chanting pro-Pakistan slogans after Pakistan’s victory.

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The Jammu and Kashmir BJP chief said in a statement that any threat to the integrity and sovereignty of our motherland would be crushed.

The Jammu and Kashmir Students Association has appealed to Governor Manoj Sinha to withdraw the charges against the students under the UAPA on humanitarian grounds.


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