Apples from Kashmir sent to Haryana with anti-India slogans

Posted on: Oct 07, 2016 05:20 PM IST | Updated on: Oct 07, 2016 05:20 PM IST
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  • As tension in relations between India and Pakistan continue to rise in the wake of the Uri attack and surgical strike, fruit vendors in Haryana on Friday found apples sent from Kashmir with hate messages inscribed on them.

    As tension in relations between India and Pakistan continue to rise in the wake of the Uri attack and surgical strike, fruit vendors in Haryana on Friday found apples sent from Kashmir with hate messages inscribed on them.

  • One of the boxes had apples that had "We want freedom”, “We are freedom fighters from Kashmir’s Pulvama” and “Indians go back” written on them with sketch pens.

    One of the boxes had apples that had "We want freedom”, “We are freedom fighters from Kashmir’s Pulvama” and “Indians go back” written on them with sketch pens.

  • One of the fruit vendors said that the apples with anti-India messages were purportedly sent to vent out a frustration following India’s surgical strike along the LoC.

    One of the fruit vendors said that the apples with anti-India messages were purportedly sent to vent out a frustration following India’s surgical strike along the LoC.

  • The locals hailed the Indian Army and sloganeered against Pakistan when the incident came to light.

    The locals hailed the Indian Army and sloganeered against Pakistan when the incident came to light.

  • One of the boxes had apples that had "We want freedom”, “We are freedom fighters from Kashmir’s Pulvama” and “Indians go back” written on them with sketch pens.
  • One of the fruit vendors said that the apples with anti-India messages were purportedly sent to vent out a frustration following India’s surgical strike along the LoC.
  • The locals hailed the Indian Army and sloganeered against Pakistan when the incident came to light.

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