She had put out a social media submit on Pakistan’s after its win towards India in cricket
A faculty instructor in Udaipur, arrested after she posted objectionable messages on Pakistan’s victory in a cricket match, was granted bail on Wednesday. She was booked below Part 153-B of the IPC. A courtroom granted bail to Nafisa Atari after she pleaded that she didn’t intend to harm sentiments.
Ms. Atari had put out an image of Pakistani gamers with a celebratory caption on social media after it received towards India within the high-voltage T20 World Cup cricket match three days in the past. Police arrested her, following the registration of an FIR on a grievance by a metropolis resident. Her cell phone was seized.
Ms. Atari, who launched a video assertion apologising for the submit, stated she had inadvertently replied “Sure” when somebody messaged her with emojis and requested her whether or not she supported Pakistan. “It was completed in an surroundings of enjoyable. It doesn’t imply wherever that I help Pakistan. I’m an Indian… I like India as a lot as everybody else does,” she stated.