ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Thursday offered the Kashmiri students, who were expelled from Meerut's Swami Vivekanand Subharti University (SVSU) for cheering Pakistan team victory against India in Asia Cup cricket match, to acquire education in Pakistan, ARY News reported on Thursday.
The Uttar Pradesh government had filed case against 67 students of Kashmir University for cheering the victory of Pakistan, stating it an ‘anti-national’ move.
A group of Kashmiri students allegedly celebrated Pakistan's victory over India and a few of them shouted slogan "Pakistan Zindabad" on the way back to their rooms. Their act triggered tension in the university.
Pakistan Foreign Office (PFO) spokesperson said registration of case against Kashmiri students’ was an unfortunate incident.
We have no idea about the date of visit of Indian commerce minister to Pakistan, added the spokesperson.
On the issue of Shakeel Afridi, the spokesperson said Afridi could not be released on plea of America.