A court in Jammu Kashmir has granted bail to the seven Kashmiris booked for celebrating India’s loss against Australia in the final match of the world cup final at Ahmedabad.
According to news reports, the court in Ganderbal on Saturday granted bail to seven Kashmiri students who were arrested for allegedly celebrating India’s defeat in World Cup and intimidating few colleges at SKUAST- Ganderbal.
It is also being reported that the police have dropped UAPA charges against these students.
Former chief Minister of Jammu Kashmir, Mehbooba Mufti has welcomed the dropping of UAPA charges stating, “Glad to know that UAPA charges against SKUAST students have been dropped. Finally good sense has prevailed & their future saved from jeopardy.”
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