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Police registers case against DeM for observing ‘Pakistan Day’ in Srinagar

Srinagar, Mar 23: Jammu and Kashmir Police has taken cognizance into the matter of observing Pakistani National Day in Srinagar by women separatist group Dukhtaran-e-Millat and have registered a case on the basis of viral video’s in this regard at Soura police station.

Pertinently it has come to the notice of the police about certain unlawful acts of DeM outfit through social media videos and other reliable sources where they have indulged in acts inviting penal provisions for offences under various sections of UA(P) Act.

They have also raised anti-national slogans and have given hate/provocative speech thereby inviting charges under various sections of penal code.

The police have set an investigation into motion to find out the place where the event held and the persons involved in this including the DeM chief Asiya Andrabi.

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