Kashmiri cricketers held for donning Pakistani jersey for match
SRINAGAR (92 News) – In yet another barbaric act against innocent Kashmiris, the Indian occupation forces have on Thursday arrested members of a Kashmir cricket club for wearing the Pakistan cricket team colors and then playing the national anthem before the match was played.
The video clip of the boys wearing the green with Pakistan national anthem playing in the background, has gone viral. The video shows boys singing the Pakistan national anthem ‘Pak Sar Zamin Shad Bad’ before the start of the game.
The video was from a cricket match between two teams, one representing Pakistan and the other India.
The match was played on April 2, when Indian prime minister Modi was in state to inaugurate a tunnel.
The video comes after scores of burqa-clad women of the “Dukhtaran-e-Milat’ (DeM) unfurled Pakistani flags and sang that country’s national anthem to celebrate Pakistan Day in the Kashmir valley on March 23.