Omar Abdullah released after 232 days in detention
Former chief minister of occupied Jammu and Kashmir Omar Abdullah was launched from detention on Tuesday after 232 days, following his arrest on August 5, 2019, after India’s unlawful annexation of the occupied area,
The Jammu and Kashmir administration revoked the Public Security Act (PSA) order in opposition to the previous chief minister, earlier at present.
In a collection of tweets, Abdullah expressed gratitude for his launch. He thanked his authorized crew for combating in opposition to his unjust detention within the Supreme Court docket.
The previous chief minister stated there’s a lengthy highway forward however promised to make sure Jammu and Kashmir “sees higher days”.
Abdullah additionally ensured his half in working to beat the problem of the novel coronavirus and appealed to the nation to assist.
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