Pak-India match: Agencies directed to monitor students in Occupied Kashmir

Agencies directed to monitor students

The aggression of occupying India in Occupied Kashmir has now reached to sports as well.

In this regard, Kashmir Media Service from Srinagar said that the occupying India started usurping the right of Kashmiris to have fun.

According to Kashmir Media Service (KMS), the occupying administration has instructed Kashmiri students to stay away from TV

social media during the Pakistan-India match. In this context, it is being told that the Indian government has also instructed the police.

agencies to keep an eye on the posts of Kashmiri students.

According to KMS, Kashmiri students have been instructed not to watch India-Pakistan match groups.

during the India-Pakistan match, Kashmiri students have also been instructed to stay in their rooms. In case of violation, the Kashmiri students have been asked to pay a fine of Rs.
According to KMS, these instructions have been issued to Kashmiri students in the occupied valley and in Indian colleges and universities.

It should be noted that many Kashmiri students were arrested for praising the Pakistan team on social media for the victory of Pakistan in the T20 World Cup 2021.
According to KMS, Pakistan defeated India by 10 wickets in the T20 World Cup match in October last year.