Additional director-general (ADG) Indore Ajay Sharma told the media police detained and booked the youngsters under Section 124A (sedition) and 120B (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code.
Sanjay Pathak, a local police inspector said the men from Mohad village "were celebrating Pakistan's victory by bursting firecrackers and shouting anti-India slogans", CNN reported. "But the way the team recovered after the loss to India is commendable and I am very happy that the cricket team has brought so much of happiness and joy to our people", he said.
Sarfraz's side thrashed title-holders India by 180 runs in a remarkable final at The Oval on Sunday having been the lowest ranked of the eight nations at the outset of this one-day worldwide tournament - which they started with a 124-run defeat to India.
"These arrests are patently absurd, and the 19 men should be released immediately", Asmita Basu, program director of Amnesty International India, said in a statement.
"This has been happening for several years, whenever there is an India-Pakistan match".
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According to Indian law, sedition amounts to inciting people to oppose their government.
This is not the first time Indian Muslims have gotten in trouble for celebrating Pakistan's win.
Relations between India and Pakistan are strained due to ongoing unrest in Kashmir.
"Congratulations to Pakistan. The way they turned things around, it was incredible", Kohli said.
Last year, a Pakistani man was arrested for waving an Indian flag after his idol, Indian batsman Virat Kohli, made a match-winning century.
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