Three Kashmiri college students chant pro-Pakistani slogans, sedition case filed in Karnataka's engineering faculty

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Hubli (Karnataka): A case of treason has been registered in opposition to three Kashmiri college students of a personal engineering faculty in Hubli, Karnataka. The case was registered for allegedly elevating pro-Pakistan slogans. Police gave this data on Sunday. Hubli's Police Commissioner Ramaswamy Dileep stated, "The three suspects are being questioned for their pro-Pakistan slogans and pro-independence slogans in their college on Friday." Hubli is 410 km northwest of Bangalore.

Dilip stated, 'All three have been recognized as Amir, Basit and Talib. <! –

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                 They are residents of Shopian district of Kashmir. A case has been registered beneath part 124 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) for making an attempt to disturb neighborhood concord by elevating anti-national slogans on the grievance of KLES Institute of Technology. This part is said to crimes in opposition to the state.

Basavraj Anami, the principal of the institute, complained to the police that the first-year college students acquired admission beneath the Central Government quota. Dilip quoted the grievance as saying, 'The incident occurred when a ceremony was held on the faculty on Friday to pay tribute to the martyrs of the Pulwama assault. Instead of attending this program, he was making movies within the hostel shouting pro-Pakistan slogans.

The principal got here to know in regards to the incident on Saturday when the video went viral on social media. Dileep stated, "After seeing the video of the principal and questioning his work, the college has suspended the three students from the institute till the pending investigation." Condemning the scholars for elevating pro-Pakistan and anti-India slogans, State Industries Minister Jagdish Shettar stated that the federal government won’t tolerate such anti-national actions by anybody.

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