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Two students booked for raising pro-Pak slogans in Rajouri

Jammu: Two students of a government school were booked for allegedly raising pro-Pakistan and anti-India slogans in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir.

“Around eight students of a particular community studying at Government Higher Secondary School in Sialsoi village raised pro-Pakistan and anti-India slogans after they came out of their classes after an exam yesterday,” a police officer said.

He said that a group of around 50 persons reached the school today morning and forced the closure of the school authority.

However, on the intervention of the police, the school functioned normally.

He said on the written complaint of the Principal of the school, two students were identified and an FIR was lodged against them and investigation is underway.

“The two students have been identified and we are trying to arrest them. Only after they are arrested, we will come to know the reason behind the raising of the anti-India and pro-Pakistan slogans inside the premises of the school,” the officer said.