Jailed Kashmiri journalist Fahad Shah shifted to Jammu

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In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Kashmiri journalist Fahad Shah, detained under black law, Public Safety Act, was shifted from Kupwara sub jail to a jail in Jammu.

Fahad was detained under the draconian law Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act after he pub-lished the narrative of the families of some fake encounter victims, which was in conflict with the Indian police version. A Kashmiri scholar, Aala Fazili, has already been booked under the same law.

Fahad Shah was shifted to Jammu jail by the or-ders of the State Investigation Agency (SIA).

Shah was initially arrested by the Pulwama police on February 4 and a day before the bail hearing in this case, on 14 March, Shah was detained under the black law PSA and was lodged in the Kupwara Jail.—KMS

 

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