GOVT REVOKES PSA DETENTION ORDERS OF 28 PERSONS; TRADE LEADER YASIN KHAN FIGURES IN LIST

The Jammu and Kashmir government has revoked Public Safety Act (PSA) detention orders of 28 persons languishing in different jails within and outside the Union Territory.

Reports said home department has revoked PSA detention orders of 28 persons languishing in UP and J&K jails.
“Of them, 22 are lodged in UP jails and six in Kashmir prisons, “they said, adding that prominent business leader Mohammad Yasin Khan,who heads Kashmir Economic Alliance (KEA) and Kashmir Traders and Manufacturing Federation (KTMF), also figures in the list. Two close associates of Peoples Conference chairman Sajjad Gani Lone also figure in the list, sources disclosed.

“Post abrogation of Article 370, PC workers from different parts of north Kashmir were also detained under the PSA by the authorities,” they said.
With this development, the number of PSA detention orders revoked after outbreak of deadly coronavirus has reached 170. More than 5000 people were detained after 5th August, 2019 when BJP-led Central revoked the special status of Jammu & Kashmir and imposed curfew in the region.