Srinagar: After India lost to Pakistan in the T20 World Cup cricket match, a lot happened which was shocking. In fact, after Pakistan's victory, some Kashmiri students celebrated, followed by action against them. Now, amidst all this, former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking his intervention for her release. In fact, she has written, "I write to you with deep disappointment and concern about the terrible situation in Jammu and Kashmir, just a while ago, when you chaired an all-party meeting in Delhi, you expressed your intention to remove the 'distance of the heart' between Delhi and Kashmir.''
In a recent statement, Mehbooba termed the India-Pakistan cricket match as a friendly match and said, "Those who were celebrating Pakistan's victory were just cheering for the winners. In such a situation, it is wrong for them to have a terrible stream like UAPA.'' On the other hand, Mehbooba called those who burst bombs and crackers in the Pakistani victory "her young people" and said that "they are pursuing a professional course like MBBS and they have been prosecuted under the Anti-Terror Act. 3 students have been arrested in Agra on charges of sedition even though they were not even involved in any such activity.'' Mehbooba Mufti wrote in her letter, "Targeting Kashmiri students is still going on, we thought that we were waiting for a policy to be implemented to address the hearts and minds of the people, especially the youth, while raids, arrests, killings against them continue without any restrictions, The level of repression and intolerance of the state has reached a new low.''
At the same time, she wrote, "I request you to intervene in this matter so that the future of these youth is not spoiled. In the letter, Mehbooba expressed hope that the arrested students will be released soon. You can increase the spirit of patriotism with love. It cannot be extended on the strength of poles and guns.'' At the same time, Mehbooba further wrote, "Such action against students will further create an atmosphere of distrust. He wrote, "You cannot make anyone a patriot with a stick. They need sympathetic love so that you win the hearts of the people here. She says that there is a game. Even if our children are jailed in Agra. Whether they have been caught in Kashmir. Who likes which player? You can't force anyone. The country has given us the right to whom to like in which sport.''