the police here have enlisted a FIR against an Aligarh Muslim University teacher for sharing posts via web-based networking media that supposedly hurt the spirit of the security powers in Kashmir.
The FIR refered to a “wrong post” in which the associate teacher, whose spouse is a writer situated in Kashmir, alluded to the correspondence power outage in the Valley following the repeal of Jammu and Kashmir’s exceptional status.
“Sach mein sampark toot jana kitna khatarnak aur dukhad hota hai, chahe Chandrayaan ho ya Kashmir,” the post said on the “torment” brought about by losing contact, “regardless of whether it is Chandrayaan or Kashmir”.
The reference was to the ISRO strategic turned out badly in September with lander Vikram losing contact subsequent to slamming on the moon’s surface.
Hindu Mahasabha pioneer Ashok Pandey, who recorded the protest on November 14 throughout the weeks-old posts, guaranteed that the remark demonstrated that she “didn’t think about Kashmir as a necessary part of India”.
Huma Parveen, 34, from the AMU’s Mass Communication division has been reserved under areas 153-An and 505 (2) of the Indian Penal Code for “advancing ill will” between various gatherings.
The grievance held up at the Gandhi Park police headquarters claimed that her posts were “a danger to the honesty of the country” and planned for “hurting the spirit of the security powers in Kashmir.
When reached on Wednesday, Huma Parveen stated, “I have not composed a solitary post myself yet have recently shared a couple of posts distributed either in driving news gateways or by certain companions.
As indicated by the teacher, she imparted these presents on her significant other Naeem Shaukat, with whom she had lost contact during the correspondence power outage following the Center’s choice to invalidate Article 370.