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In Jammu and Kashmir's Bandipora area, players were spotted playing in jerseys of Pakistan and before the match, teams sang Pakistan's national anthem.

The video, apparently shot on a cell phone, went viral a week ago. Apart from arresting four localities, the police have also registered a case against the two teams for participating in unlawful activities.

In the video, the players were seen wearing the green jerseys of Pakistan's national team, the daily added.

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"There was a local cricket tournament going on at Arin and it was the final match of the tournament", a source told the Indian Express.

The trend of Pakistan's national anthem being played at major sports gatherings emerged across Kashmir following the 2016 political protests. The incident took place on January 3. Commenting on the matter, senior superintendent of police Bandipora, Sheikh Zulfikar Azad said that both the teams have been booked. Police later lodged an FIR against organisers and many were detained for questioning. The match was being played between Gondipora and Dardpora Cricket Club. According to media reports, after watching a video being viral on social media, the police filed a case against the players and arrested four out of them.

Last year, police in Hyderabad had arrested four Kashmiri students after they refused to stand up during the national anthem of India.


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