Three Kashmiri students have spent more than three months in jail now for celebrating the Pakistani cricket team’s win over India.
Their families have appealed for their release as they struggle to bail them out.
Arsheed Yousuf, Inayat Altaf and Showkat Ahmad Ganai — all in their early 20s — were arrested last October on sedition charges in Agra.
The girls are accused of sending WhatsApp messages “against the country” days after Pakistan beat India in the T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates.
India’s loss also triggered attacks against dozens of Kashmiri students in western Punjab state.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had warned the sedition law would be applied against people who celebrated the Pakistani cricket team’s victory.