HC quashes PSA detention of a prisoner


In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the High Court has quashed the illegal detention of a man booked under the black law Public Safety Act (PSA) and ordered his immediate release.

The bench of Justice Sanjay Dhar directed the authorities to release the detainee Kaiser Ahmad Beig forthwith. Kaiser was booked under the PSA by an order issued by District Magistrate Islamabad on October 19, 2021.

The court said that the detaining authority had not meticulously examined the record while passing the order of detention which renders it unsustainable in law.

Meanwhile, in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, body of a missing Indian soldier was found in Badgam district, Thursday.

The soldier of Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry, Sameer Ahmad Malla, went missing from his house in Lokipora, Budgam, on Tuesday, and his body was recovered from Khag area of the district, today, a police officer told media men.

Sameer Ahmad Malla’s family had been claiming that he had been abducted in the village. He was deployed in Jammu and had come home on leave a few days ago.—KMS


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