New Delhi: On Thursday at the Vishwa Vidyalaya Metro Station near Delhi University campus, supposedly inebriated youths raised pro-Pakistan and anti-India slogans which lead to ruckus inside the metro station.
The incident took place initially when two youths were stopped by CISF personnel deployed inside the station as the authorities suspected that the two youths were drunk. The two youth left the spot and later returned with their friends and raised ‘anti-India’ slogans inside the metro station.
Police and witnesses at the metro station said that the youths raised slogans like “Indian Army murdabad”. After raising slogans, security officials arrested the man following which they were taken to the Kashmere Gate metro station for questioning.
Delhi Police Special Cell officers and a joint team of intelligence interrogated the youths for verification. The youths were kept in detention overnight and were let off in the morning.
After the incident, police even visited each of the students’ homes and told their parents, who are senior officials in the UP government, about what their children had done.
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