India vs Pak T20 World Cup: Udaipur Teacher fired on Student Celebration Pakistan’s T’20 Victory saying ‘We Won’

India vs Pak T20 World Cup: Udaipur Teacher fired on Student Celebration Pakistan's T'20 Victory saying 'We Won'

New Delhi: Three days after Pakistan beat India in a T20 World Cup match, authorities in varied elements of the nation seem to have taken stringent motion in opposition to those that purportedly supported Pakistan, slapping sedition costs on some and suspending others from instructional establishments.


Three engineering college students from Kashmir have been suspended by the Raja Balwant Singh Engineering Technical Campus at Bichpuri in Agra for allegedly posting a WhatsApp standing praising Pakistan gamers.

The suspension got here after native leaders of Bharatiya Janata Party’s youth wing lodged a grievance in opposition to the scholars on the Jagdishpura police station.

Agra City Superintendent of Police Vikas Kumar instructed PTI that police will take motion on the premise of the grievance.

Dr Pankaj Gupta, director of administration and finance on the institute, mentioned the scholars have been suspended with speedy impact.

“The students were studying under the Prime Minister Super Special Scheme. We have also apprised the PM office and AICTE of the students’ act. However, students have apologised,” Gupta mentioned.

Local head of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, Shailu Pandit, instructed reporters that different college students knowledgeable him of that the three college students had raised slogans like ‘Bharat tere tukde honge’ and ‘Pakistan zindabad’ and posted them on social media.

“After that, I along with youth BJP leader Gaurav Rajawat, reached the college campus and enquired about the activity,” mentioned Pandit.

Shailu mentioned the school authorities instructed them that they’ve suspended three college students.

“I informed police and lodged a complaint against the students involved in the anti-national activity,” he mentioned.


In Jammu’s Samba, Indian Express reported police as having mentioned that six or seven individuals had been detained from a village, Chak Manga Gujjran, on the worldwide border, as they raised “pro-Pakistan slogans” following the Sunday match.

A video of the alleged celebration was shared a number of instances, resulting in protests and a police grievance.

The Samba Senior Superintendent of Police mentioned individuals could also be referred to as in for “questioning” in opposition to the FIR filed.



In Rajasthan’s Udaipur, a personal college instructor who shared a WhatsApp standing with a photograph of Pakistani gamers with a caption of “we won”, written in Hindi, was “expelled” from her college.

Members of Hindutva outfits gathered outdoors the varsity she labored at after screenshots of her replace have been shared a number of instances, Indian Express has reported.

Station House Officer of the Amba Mata Police Station, Dalpat Singh, mentioned a case was registered in opposition to the instructor below Section 153 B (imputations, assertions prejudicial to national-integration) of the Indian Penal Code.

In a video apology aired by an area information channel, the instructor mentioned that whereas watching the match her family had determined to choose groups to help and she or he was assigned Pakistan. “This doesn’t mean I support Pakistan. I am an Indian, I love India,” she mentioned.


The Wire has earlier reported how college students on the Government Medical College (GMC) Srinagar and Sher-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) are on tenterhooks after Jammu and Kashmir Police registered two separate FIRs in opposition to hostel wardens, the school administration and college students for allegedly celebrating the Pakistani cricket staff’s victory.

Sources had instructed The Wire that the FIRs have been filed on the premise of movies, however that police continues to be probing the matter to seek out out whether or not the movies are fabricated or actual.

On Sunday, on the Bhai Gurdas Institute of Engineering and Technology in Punjab’s Sangrur, Kashmiri college students had alleged that they have been assaulted and their hostel rooms ransacked after the match.