Kashmiri apples with anti-India and pro-Pakistani slogans found in Kathua

18 Oct 2019 09:45 PM

Kashmiri apples with anti-India and pro-Pakistani slogans found in Kathua

Updated 18 Oct 2019 09:45 PM

Apples with pro-Pakistan and anti-India messages written on them  were found while unloading boxes at the Kathua fruit market.
A police official said the boxes were sent to a trader in Jammu. Sanjeev Chib, Station House Officer, Kathua Police Station, said, “We have called the Jammu trader for questioning after the matter was brought to our notice. Our initial investigation has revealed that the apple boxes were transported from Kashmir.”

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