Kathua apples carry pro-Pakistan, pro-terrorist messages

Daijiworld Media Network - New Delhi (SHP)

New Delhi, Oct 17: A box of apples which came in from Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir carried revolting messages. The apples had messages written on them with a black marker like 'We want freedom', 'Zakir Musa come back', 'Mere Jaan Imran Khan.'

The fruit sellers demanded immediate action in the matter and on Wednesday, threatened to boycott the purchase of the apples from J&K if no probe was conducted.

After the incident, the fruit sellers held protests, led by the president of Kathua wholesale market Rohit Gupta, against Pakistan and terrorists.

"The boxes were from Kashmir and the messages were written in English and Urdu," Gupta said.

Meanwhile, DSP Majid claimed that they already began an investigation into the matter.


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  • ARMAN, Dubai

    Thu, Oct 17 2019

    Cant neglects Sanghi's agenda to keep the terror label of Kashmiries alive.

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  • Prakash, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 17 2019

    "Chasing two rabbits and catching none."
    That's the fate of people who put their feet on two boats !!
    In the name of moral support people lose their own moral values by brewing anger against their own country.

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    Thu, Oct 17 2019

    Allow them this frustration for a few days. They are fast realising that the freedom bug is now limited to only inking the apples. Soon they will be cured of that too and start minting money as usual - which is their true genetics

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