Police registers case against DeM over ‘anti-national slogans’
Srinagar, Mar 23: Police on Friday said a case has been registered into a programme organised by Dukhtaran-e-Millat in Srinagar, in which “anti-national slogans” were allegedly raised.
“Certain unlawful acts of DeM outfit have come to the notice of the police through social media videos and other reliable sources — wherein they have indulged in acts inviting penal provisions for offences under various sections of UA (P) Act,” police spokesman said in a statement.
“They (DeM) have also raised anti-national slogans and have given hate/provocative speech thereby inviting charges under various sections of penal code,” the spokesman said
He said police has taken cognizance into the matter and a case has been registered in this regard at Police Station Soura and investigation set into motion.
DeM had organised a function to commmemorate “Pakistan Day” in Srinagar on Friday morni.