Two cricket teams of Indian held Kashmir have been booked and several players were reportedly detained for standing in honour of Pakistan's national anthem being played before the start of a match in north Kashmir's Bandipora district.
In this viral video, the players of both teams appeared to be taking part in national anthem.
In the video, the players were seen wearing the green jerseys of Pakistan's national team, the daily added.
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As per local reports, the police have arrested 4 Kashmiri cricketers and are on the lookout of the organisers of the event.
The incident came to light after a 1-minute 46-second video surfaced on Facebook.
The video which was shared on January 3 has taken the internet by storm, following which the local police started investigating the case.
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Last year, police in Hyderabad had arrested four Kashmiri students after they refused to stand up during the national anthem of India.
While talking to Kashmir Reader, Senior Superintendent of Police Bandipora confirmed the incident and that an FIR has been filed. The match was being played between Gondipora and Dardpora Cricket Club.
The latest incident happened at the finals of a local tournament in Arin, Bandipora.
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Another police official informed that the two teams have been booked under Section 13 of the Unlawful Activities Act.