Kashmiris who celebrated Pak win against India should be skinned alive: BJP leader

Jammu, November 01 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the BJP leader from Jammu, Vikram Singh Randhawa has said that those who celebrated Pakistan’s win against India in T20 World Cup should be skinned alive, their citizenship should be taken and should be booked under the charges of sedition.

Vikram Singh Randhawa in a statement in Jammu said, “Agencies should take this matter up and those who have cheered for Pakistan, their degrees should be cancelled and their citizenship taken away from them.”

Randhawa said the Pakistani blood runs in the veins of Kashmiris, and they should be beaten and skinned alive for it.

“None of them celebrated Pakistan’s win against Afghanistan. Did their mother die that day? It is only a win against Kaafirs they celebrate. These katmullas (derogatory term for Muslims) give divorces on mobile, they should also pray nimaaz on WhatsApp. Why do they occupy public spaces for it?” Randhawa said.

After India’s defeat in a cricket match, there is an outrage against those who have celebrated the win of Pakistan.

Cricketer Mohammad Shami was also abused online for being a Muslim after India’s defeat against Pakistan.

India captain Virat Kohli was also trolled and abused, and a rape threat was given to his nine-month daughter, after he showed his support for his Muslim teammate Shami.

Netizens and Indian cricket players also condemned the trolling and abuse against Shami.

In a tweet, Mehbooba Mufti said, “No action taken against an ex-BJP MLA who calls for genocide of Kashmiris & to skin them alive. But J&K students are charged with sedition for merely cheering the winning team. India is surely the mother of all democracies. @JmuKmrPolice @OfficeOfLGJandK”.

Meanwhile, three Kashmiri students were arrested in Agra for cheering Pakistan’s win.

Several Kashmiri students were also being beaten in the colleges of Punjab and their rooms were ransacked by people from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. KMS—A