In the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, two teenage Muslim males have charged for \”listening to Pakistani tunes.\”
According to local media, the two cousins, Naeem and Mustkim, aged 16 and 17, got themselves into difficulty and were arrest by police when a local citizen filed a complaint. The song was play in Singhai Murwan, Bareilly district, where the youths manage a grocery store.
According to Indian media, several locals were offend by songs with. \”Pakistan Zindabad\” (Long Live Pakistan) and asked authorities to have them arrest.
The complaint filmed a video showing the lads listening to the tunes, which quickly viral on social media. A merchant can seen listening to slogans such as \”Pakistan Zindabad.\” Locals and several BJP politicians protested against the shopkeeper when the video went viral on the internet, accusing him of listening to pro-Pakistan music.
Their relative, who did not want to be identified, told an Indian news agency that. They had played the tunes without realising the ramifications. An investigation is underway, according to police, and more action will be taken in the future. After the video went viral on social media, residents were enrage.
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