J&K separatist leader Asiya Andrabi booked for celebrating Pakistan Day, shouting anti-India slogans

Asiya Andrabi and her aides were booked on charges of raising anti-national slogans and indulging in unlawful activities.

J&K separatist leader Asiya Andrabi booked for celebrating Pakistan Day, shouting anti-India slogans

Srinagar: An FIR was registered against J&K separatist leader Asiya Andrabi, the chairman of banned organisation Dukhtaran-e-Millat, for celebrating Pakistan's National Day on Friday.

According to reports, Andrabi and other activists of her outfit were booked on charges of raising anti-national slogans and indulging in unlawful activities.

''We 'have registered a case against Dukhtaran-e-Milat over a video which has gone viral,'' a top police official said.

"It has come to our notice that the group's activists have indulged in certain unlawful activities. They have also raised anti-national slogans and have given hate and provocative speeches," he added.

Action against Andrabi and others was taken after they organised a gathering to celebrate `Pakistan Day`.

Addressing the function, Asiya Andrabi, the chief of the outfit, reportedly said that all Muslims of the sub-continent were Pakistanis on the basis of Islam, faith and the love of the Prophet.

The activists also sang Pakistan`s national anthem.

(With Agency inputs)