A teacher in Udaipur, who was ousted from her work, and detained after she posted objectionable messages on Pakistan's triumph in a cricket match, was granted bail on Wednesday. She was reserved under Section 153-B of the IPC. A court conceded bail to Nafisa Atari after she appealed that she didn't mean to hurt anybody’s feelings.
Nafeesa Attari, the teacher, was captured by Udaipur's Ambamata Police and was produced before the court. The court then, at that point, sent the educator to imprison. The educator has been reserved under IPC area 153 (B) (Imputations, assertions prejudicial to national integration), said SHO of Amba Mata police headquarters Narpat Singh.
Nafeesa Attari was an educator at Neerja Modi School in Udaipur. After Pakistan's triumph over India in the high-voltage T20 World Cup cricket match three days prior on Sunday, Nafeesa Attari shared a status on WhatsApp alongside pictures of Pakistani players with a celebratory subtitle, referencing 'We won'. At the point when one of the guardians found out if she upheld Pakistan, Nafeesa answered in the positive with a 'Yes'. Police captured her, following the enrollment of a FIR on a protest by a city inhabitant. Her cell phone was seized.
The screen captures of the WhatsApp status circulated around the web, prompting the school making a move against her and removing her from the work.
I Don’t support Pakistan, made post by mistake: Teacher releases conciliatory sentiment
Nafeesa Attari shared a video explanation saying 'sorry' for the post and said she didn't mean to hurt anybody's feelings.
"Somebody informed me and found out if 'you support Pakistan'. As the message had emoticons and it was a climate of fun, I answered 'Yes'. However, it doesn't mean anyplace that I support Pakistan. I'm an Indian and I love India. I love India as much as every other person does," PTI cited her as saying. "When I understood that I have committed a mistake, I erased the status message. I'm heartbroken if I have harmed anyone's sentiments," she added.