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The reason as to why the citizens of Uttar Pradesh celebrated

Recently the state of Uttar Pradesh was in an ecstatic mood that had the police on their toes. Here are the details of the report.

Police were on their toes in Lakhimpur city, Uttar Pradesh on Friday morning after members of a community allegedly celebrated the release of Mumbai terror attack mastermind+ and co-founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba Hafiz Saeed in Pakistan. Some residents of Begum Bagh colony in Shivpuri area allegedly decorated their houses with green flags and also raised slogans like ‘Hafiz Saeed zindabad’ and ‘Pakistan Zindabad’. The issue was immediately brought to district magistrate Akashdeep’s notice after which police force was rushed to the colony.

Officials said that the administration acted promptly as members of some right-wing groups had started gathering in the area. “I have asked the police to investigate the matter and ensure peace in the city,” Akashdeep said.

On Friday morning, Kotwali police first received information about 20-25 youths from Begum Bagh celebrating the release of Hafiz Saeed. While initially, the cops did not take the issue seriously, they swung into action after the matter was reported to the DM. “We rushed to the colony and found green flags put up in some houses. We removed all those flags and assured members of right-wing outfits that the matter will be thoroughly investigated,” said Kotwali police station in-charge Pradeep Shukla.

“We have video evidence to prove that youngsters from the colony were celebrating the release of Hafiz Saeed. They even waved Pakistani flags and raised slogans such as ‘Hafiz Saeed zindabad’ and ‘Pakistan Zindabad’,” said the leader of a right-wing outfit in the area.
Ashfaq Qadri, a Lakhimpur based man, said, “I am not aware if someone raised anti-national slogans. As far as green flags are concerned, many people started celebrating Juloos-e-Mohammdi, which is on December 2, from Friday. It had nothing to do with Hafiz Saeed or Pakistan.”


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