Seven university students were arrested in Jammu and Kashmir for using pro-Pakistan slogans and celebrating India’s loss in the cricket World Cup finals. They were charged under the strict anti-terror law. They were all students at the Sher-e-Kashmir Agriculture University and were charged with violating the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA).
A police report was made after another student said the accused made threats against a student from outside the area and yelled pro-Pakistan chants.
They are also said to have celebrated India’s loss at their dorm in the university’s Shuhama campus at Ganderbal.
Australia beat India by six wickets in the World Cup final in Ahmedabad on November 19.