A 23-year-old engineering student was sentenced to 5 years in prison for 'celebrating' the 2019 Pulwama attack, LiveLaw reported. The special NIA (National Investigative Agency) court noted that the student "has not made derogatory comments one or two times. He made the comments to all the posts made by all the news channels on Facebook. Moreover, he was not an illiterate or ordinary man. He was an engineering student at the time of commission of the offence and he made the posts and comments intentionally on his Facebook account. He felt happy about killing of the great souls and celebrated the death of the great souls as he was not an Indian. Therefore, the offence committed by the accused is against this great nation and heinous in nature." What comments did the accused make? As reported by LiveLaw: Ek musalman 40 par bhaari pad gaya Kashmir ka hero Allah Hu Akbar. ye tho mob lynching, ram mandir 2002, ka chota sa badla tha.. trailer samajna kyunki picture abhi. bakhi hai chu****. how is the khauf Indian army?? our boys are always funny. Charges for which he was convicted: Section 153-A of IPC – This talks about promoting enmity between different groups. 201 if IPC – This relates to causing the disappearance of evidence of offence, or giving false information to screen offenders. Section 13 of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967 – This act provides punishment of up to seven years for engaging in certain unlawful activities. What else did the…
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