The three accused students will be produced in the court today.
Police on Wednesday arrested three Kashmiri students accused of raising anti-national slogans and celebrating Pakistan’s victory in the India-Pakistan match in the T20 Cricket World Cup. Taking legal opinion, the police have increased the section of sedition after Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath asked to take action under sedition in this case. The three accused students will be produced in the court today.
Celebrated India’s defeat
Arshad Yusuf, Inayat Altaf and Shaukat Ahmed Ghani, students studying at RBS Engineering College Bichpuri, have been accused of celebrating Pakistan’s victory after India’s T20 World Cup defeat on Sunday and raising anti-national slogans and states. A case was registered against them by the regional minister of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, Braj province, Gaurav Rajawat. After this, the police arrested the Kashmiri students on the basis of the evidence of WhatsApp status and chatting. After taking legal opinion on Wednesday night, the police have extended Section 124A in the case against the three students. The three accused students will be produced in the court on Thursday. According to CO Lohamandi Saurabh Singh, the accused Kashmiri students have been arrested on the basis of digital evidence.
College management has been suspended
All the three students have already been suspended by the RBS college management for celebratory and objectionable remarks on India’s defeat. Let us tell you that on Tuesday, there was a ruckus in the college by the BJYM. After this, Hinduist organizations also demonstrated for the arrest of the accused. After this a case was registered at Jagdishpura police station.
Now these sections are in trial
153A- Willful and malicious intent, which is against the harmony of various religious, racial, linguistic or regional groups or castes, communities. Which is likely to cause or is likely to cause breach of public peace.
505(1)b – Spread of fake news by accused. Because of which a person is motivated to commit an offense against the society or the state.
66 FIT Act: Cyber Terrorism
124A – Publicly committing an activity which is prejudicial to the unity and integrity of the country.