Now Indian media says,”Pune Woman” had travelled to Kashmir to study Nursing

Pune woman who made the headlines for being a suicide bomber ahead of R-Day, has been handed over to her family and the police has not registered any case against her.
Indian media introduced Sadiya as a suicide bomber, some lover and now media says that she went to Kashmir to study nursing.

A high alert was sounded in the valley two days ahead of India’s Republic Day and a message was circulated that “there is a solid info” that a 18-year-old non-Kashmiri lady may “cause a suicide bomb blast” close or inside the Republic Day parade in Kashmir.
“Sadiya, who was earlier linked to a Srinagar-based Daesh sympathiser in 2015 and reportedly showed early signs of radicalisation, was detained in Srinagar on January 25. She claimed that she travelled to the strife-torn state as she wanted to take admission in a nursing college there. After speaking to her and her family, the Jammu and Kashmir police also ruled out that she was plotting an attack in the Valley”,Pune Mirror reported on Sunday.

Earlier, The hindu reported that Sadiya Anwar Shaikh went to Kashmir to meet her Kashmir based lover
“The 20-year-old Pune woman who was almost labelled a “suicide bomber” by security agencies and arrested in Kashmir ahead of the Republic Day celebrations, had travelled to the Valley a month ago to meet a person she wanted to marry”, The Hindu reported
Seems like the Indian media is detoriating the atmoshpehere of peace for tourists in Kashmir valley by promoting false and terror related news. Sadiya was defamed and detained, was used as a weapon to create atmosphere of fear and horror ahead of India’s Republic Day in Kashmir.
Even if the police had received the false intelligence inputs about a purported suicide attack by a young woman from Pune on Republic Day in Kashmir, the media was not supposed to promote it to affect the peaceful atmosphere for locals and the tourists in the valley.

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