The winners of an army-sponsored cricket tournament on Saturday raised Pakistani flag and shouted pro-Pakistan slogans after lifting the trophy in Budgam, reports reaching here said.
Local sources said that slogans in favour of Zakir Musa were also raised during the course of the cricket match. They said that besides, the local National Conference lawmaker Aga Roohullah, senior officials of police and army were also present at the ground.
The tournament was organised by Indian Army’s 53 RR in Budgam town. The final match was played between Budgam and Ompora teams which was won by the latter.
Reports said that scores of youth raised Pakistan flags and shouted slogans in favour of Pakistan and the chief of Ansar Ghazwatul Hind Zakir Musa as the award ceremony was going on at the end of the match.
Last week, slogans in favour of Pakistani flamboyant cricketer Shahid Afridi were raised when former Indian skipper MS Dhoni was the chief guest at an army tournament in Kunzar area of northern Kashmir’s Baramulla district.