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Separatist leader Masrat Alam rearrested after release in J&K

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Jammu: Separatist leader Masrat Alam was re-arrested outside Kot Bhalwal Jail late Tuesday evening after he was released on the Jammu and Kashmir High Court quashing his detention under Public Safety Act (PSA).

“Masrat Alam was re-arrested late last evening outside Kot Bhalwal Jail,” a senior police officer told media today.

The separatist leader was earlier released from the jail after his detention under PSA was quashed by a single-judge bench of the Jammu and Kashmir High Court headed by Justice MH Attar.

Alam was arrested under the PSA on April 17 in Srinagar after he organised and led a separatist rally to receive senior hardline separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani.

Pakistani flags were waved at the rally, following which Mufti Muhammad Sayeed-led government came under severe public criticism for releasing Alam from detention within days of the Peoples Democratic Party-Bharatiya Janata Party ruling coalition taking office in Jammu and Kashmir.

This is the second time Alam has been re-arrested despite the state high court quashing his detention.

In August, Justice Hasnain Masoodi quashed Alam’s detention under the PSA, but authorities re-arrested him immediately after complying with the court order. (IANS), (image courtesy:images.mathrubhuminews.in)

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Huriyat Chief Syed Ali Shah Geelani’s Son-in-Law, others produced before Delhi Court due to Terror Funding

Geelani’s son Nayeem is on the talks to naturally succeed the leadership of the separatist organization ‘Tehrak-e-Huriyat’

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  • Sons of Geelani- Naseem and Nayeem were queried by the National Investigation Agency on 8th August
  • Geelani’s son Nayeem is on the talks to naturally succeed the leadership of the separatist organization ‘Tehrak-e-Huriyat’
  • The case was registered by the National Investigation Agency on 30th May

New Delhi, August 15, 2017: Altaf Ahmad Shah, the son in law of Syed Ali Shah Geelani, who is the chief of Huriyat was alleged to be connected in the in the case of terror-funding, which allegedly involved Hafiz Saeed who is the chief of Jamaat-ud-Dawa. Along with Altaf Ahmad Shah, Peer Saifullah and Mehrajuddin Kalwal were presented before the Patiala House Court in Delhi on Monday.

Sons of Geelani- Naseem and Nayeem were queried by the National Investigation Agency on 8th August in an almost same matter, mentioned ANI report. The agency went through hardcore investigation to unearth the findings.

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According to the reports of ANI, Geelani’s son Nayeem is on the talks to naturally succeed the leadership of the separatist organization ‘Tehrak-e-Huriyat’, which comprises of the hardline parties with pro-Pakistan agenda. It is not a startling news because Nayeem is about to inherit the leadership as a successor to his famous father, Geelani.

The case was registered by the National Investigation Agency on 30th May. The leaders of secessionist kind and of separatist nature, were accused to be engaged in activities of the terror groups.

The case has been registered due to attempts of raising, acquiring and accumulating funds by multiple illegal ways in order to fund the terrorist and the separatist activities that are ongoing in the valley of Jammu and Kashmir, ANI has reported. These activities have been in the discussion and also frowned upon for quite a long time.

According to the reports, the fundraising for the terror activities is not the only major issue in the case, but there are multiple other issues that have been questioned and pointed to for disrupting the peace in the valley. Such activities include- severe damage of public property, burning institutions, stone-pelting directed to the security forces, and first and foremost- raising a conflict and waging a war against India.

Reportedly, various search-activities were conducted by the National Investigation Agency, in multiple states besides Delhi and Haryana. ANI reports that many a valuables worth of crores, and electronic devices were also discovered and seized from the raids.

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Kashimiri hardliner Masrat Alam will be jailed again: Rajnath Singh

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By NewsGram Staff Writer

Kashmiri hardliner Masrat Alam is all set to return to jail after Home Minister Rajnath Singh made it clear that those charged with sedition will not be forgiven.

While replying to the questions pertaining  to Alam’s fate, Rajnath Singh said: “Yes he will go to jail… Wait and watch what happens.”

“I want to assure the country, the government will not compromise on the unity and integrity of the country. Sedition will not be forgiven,” he added.

The  first information report (FIR) against Masrat Alam was lodged on April 15 after he led a pro-Geelani rally where people waved Pakistani flags and raised pro-Pakistan slogans.

Earlier, Alam was arrested in 2010 for inciting youth during the unrest in Valley which led to a loss of 112 innocent lives.