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Months After Detention in Hari Nivas, Omar Abdullah to be Shifted to Gupkar Street in Srinagar

New Delhi: After preserving him in Hari Nivas in Srinagar for months in combination underneath detention, the Jammu and Kashmir management on Wednesday made up our minds to shift former J-Okay Leader Minister Omar Abdullah to the federal government bungalow M-Four on Gupkar Street. He’s going to be transferring to the brand new location on Thursday.

The Nationwide Convention chief used to be underneath detention in Hari Nivas after the Centre abrogated Article 370 that accorded particular standing to Jammu and Kashmir. He used to be on this position since August five closing yr.

As according to updates, there could be no exchange within the location shift of every other former Leader Minister Mehbooba Mufti, who’s at the present time saved in a central authority lodging at the Shipping Lane in Srinagar. She may be being saved underneath detention since August five closing yr.

After the Centre revoked Article 370, 3 former Leader Ministers, in general, were saved underneath detention.

Farooq Abdullah, who has a PSA slapped in opposition to him, is being saved underneath space arrest on Gupkar Street which has been designated as a sub-jail.

The advance comes after the Centre in December closing yr, launched 5 political leaders who have been underneath detention in Jammu and Kashmir.

Of the overall 5 leaders, who have been launched in December from the MLA hostel, two are from the Abdullahs’ Nationwide Convention (NC), the rest are from Mehbooba Mufti’s Folks’s Democratic Birthday celebration (PDP). They come with Ishfaq Jabbar and Ghulam Nabi Bhatt (NC) and Yasir Reshi, Bashir Ahmad Mir and Zahoor Mir (PDP).

On the other hand, the UT management how no longer given any timeline for the discharge of the 3 former Leader Ministers. In a press convention previous, the Centre had mentioned that the trio will probably be launched at an ‘suitable’ time.

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