Farooq Abdullah’s detention extended by 3 months

Farooq Abdullah’s detention extended by 3 months

National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah

Tribune News Service

Srinagar, December 14

The detention of National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah has been extended by three months under the stringent Public Safety Act (PSA).

The five-time CM was placed under detention on August 5 and booked under the PSA on September 14. He is lodged at his Gupkar residence, declared a sub-jail. Sources said Farooq would remain in detention till March 14, as ordered by the UT Home Department.

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