Youth detained for carrying posters with anti-India slogans
Rajouri, September 6: The Jammu and Kashmir Police, according to media reports, detained one youth at Chakan da Bagh in Poonch. The youth, who belongs to Mendhar, was returning from Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) carrying posters with anti-India slogans written on them.
As has been reported in a local daily, the accused was identified as Mohammad Sadiq, son of Sher Mohammad belonging to Chak Banola in Mendhar tehsil in Poonch district. Sadiq had gone to Pakistan occupied Kashmir recently to meet the members of family there.
The youth was reportedly detained on arrival at Chakan-da-Bagh when he was carrying five posters that read “Kashmir Banega Pakistan” (Kashmir will become Pakistan).
According to the news report, Sadiq spent the allotted number of days in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir and was returning to Mendhar when he was detained by the police at Chakan-da-Bagh.
The report further claims that the poster belongs to a candidate of Pakistan Muslim League (headed by Pak Prime Minister Nawaz Sharief) namely Ch Mohd Aziz. Aziz had recently contested elections from Assembly constituency No.16 Haveli for the PoK Assembly.
Mohammad Sadiq was detained for questioning for carrying the anti-national posters said a police officer.
Sadiq, during the questioning, informed the police that he was not aware about the posters, which he claimed may have been put by the relatives while packing gift items for him.
No case has been registered so far by the police, who are waiting for further questioning by the senior police officers and intelligence agencies.