Indian agency arrests Kashmiri businessman at airport

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The Indian agency arrested a Kashmiri businessman at Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi.

Indian State Investigation Agency (SIA) arrested one Farooq Ahmed Naikoo after he reached Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi, from the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Farooq Ahmed Naikoo, whose father was martyred in custody by Indian troops in the 80s in Baramulla town, was a decade ago also arrested on a fake case by Indian agency under black law in Mumbai.

The victim was doing a business come job in the UAE for a long time. On the other hand, the Indian State Investigation Agency (SIA), Jammu unit, filed a fake charge sheet in Jammu court against Abdul Rashid and martyred Sartaz Ahmed for recruiting youths for ongoing freedom struggle under the black law, Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. Sartaz Ahmed was martyred by Indian troops in 2009.

Meanwhile, the High Court of the territory has upheld the detention and dismissed the petitions of Syed Mohammad Azhar Amin Shah and Rayees Ahmad Butt.

The both victims are facing illegal detention under black law, Public Safety Act.—INP

 

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