Bengaluru: Two people arrested for chanting ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ during India vs Australia match

Bengaluru: Two people were arrested for chanting ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ during India vs Australia match, Two men were arrested by the police for allegedly shouting pro-Pakistan slogans during the T20 match between India and Australia in Bengaluru.

According to a report by Indian Express, the arrested persons have been identified as 28-year-old Inayat and 25-year-old Syed Mubarak, who are residents of New Groupanapaliya area of ​​Bengaluru.

A police officer told Indian media that the incident took place around 10:30 pm on Friday at Moka Holik Club in JP Nagar, where a live screening of the fourth T20 match between India and Australia was organized.

According to the complainant pub manager Sudhir Singh, ‘As soon as the match ended, one person shouted ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ and three to four people sitting at the next table shouted ‘Pakistan Zindabad’.

When the people in the club objected to the slogans, a fight broke out.
During the commotion, two people managed to escape while Inayat and Mubarak were caught after which the police took them away.

A senior police officer said that efforts are on to arrest the third accused Altaf and an unidentified person who is still absconding.

The JP Nagar police charged the Indian Penal Code with sections 153 (a) (promoting enmity between groups based on religion, caste, place of birth, residence, language, etc.) and 505 (2) (publication of hateful material). A case has been registered under

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