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Public Safety Act dossier suggests PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti was working with separatists: Reports

The dossier includes Mehbooba Mufti's provocating speeches and the tweets in which she was calling for violence

The Public Safety Act dossier against the former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Mehbooba mufti has suggested that she was collaborating with separatists underlining her provoking tweets and remarks made against the army and pro-terrorist in public rallies, reports The Hindu.

People’s Democratic Party leader Mehbooba Mufti and National Conference leader Omar Abdullah were booked under Public Safety Act on Thursday night. They are both kept in detention right after the abrogation of Article 370 in the State of Jammu and Kashmir.

The dossier is including Mehbooba Mufti’s provocating speeches and the tweets in which she’s calling for violence like the one, “no one will remain alive to unfurl tricolor in Jammu and Kashmir if 370 goes”. Also threatening the central government, she had said ” if you won’t understand, you will be finished. Even your story will not be in history”.

Mehbooba Mufti is known as staunch vocalist against the Modi government and its policies despite once she made a coalition government with BJP a year before the president rule was imposed in the valley leading to a final decision of abrogation Article 370 and 35 A.

She’s was found saying, “Article 35A kay saath cheed chaad karna barood ko haath laganay kay barabar hoga. Jo haath 35A ke saath chhedd chaadd karne ke liye uthenge wo haath hi nahi wo saara jism jal ke raakh ho jaega.” Which means the one who will be tampering with article 35A will be equal to a lightening powder keg, the one who will tamper with 35 A will be burned into ashes.

NC leader Hasnain Masoodi alleged that These PSAs belie the claims of normalcy. The PSA is being used to stifle dissent and disagreements with the ruling government, he alleged.

PDP spokesman Firdous Tak said, “Will they now book all those who have filed petitions and challenged the Centre’s move to revoke Article 370 and Article 35A?” Stating that the people of the country and the world should take note of these undemocratic actions taken against his leader.

Recently, Sajjad Lone along with Mehbooba Mufti’s close aid Waheed Parra was released from detention after completion of 6 months of abrogation of 370 in the valley. About 11 political leaders including Ms Mufti, her close confidant Naeem Akhtar, and J&K Peoples Movement chief Shah Faesal is still lodged in Srinagar’s MLA Hostel. Many of them will complete their six months of preventive detention under Sections 107 and 151 of the CrPC.

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