Police booked one person under section 108 CrPC for spreading the beef rumour and initiated action under section 186 CrPC against those who obstructed police work.
Five of his family members are with the Army and the Border Security Force (BSF).
The police have also identified the man who allegedly spread the rumour on a WhatsApp group and legal action has been initiated against him.
Soon after some students as well as locals assembled in front of the Mewar University and demanded action against them.
Speaking to The Indian Express, SCP (Crime) Taj Hassan said no calls had been received since the number was activated. “The 1093 number is constantly manned and so far we have received no calls,” he said.
Aquib Ahmad claimed the trouble started when the sports teacher abused a Kashmiri student.
10 Kashmiri students were found guilty of misconduct and damaging property after a India-Pak cricket match.
The three Kashmiri students were beaten allegedly by non-Kashmiri students at their Shiv Shakti Hostel in Greater Noida.
The student alleged that the fellow students forced them to shout ‘Pakistan Murdabad’.
The Mewar University has over 550 Kashmiri students, out of which 250 were present during the incident.
The Ministry has sought a report from UP about another incident in Greater Noida.
Meerut DM and SSP claimed they decided to drop the sedition charges on the merits
Booking Kashmir’s kids for cheering Pakistan paints a shameful and wrong picture of India — and of cricket.
The charge under Section 124-A (sedition) was withdrawn after the investigating officer found no evidence in this regard.
SVSU vice-chancellor Manzoor Ahmed said the suspension was a “precautionary measure”.