Govt Likely To Release Political Leaders, Revoke PSAs On Students

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Srinagar: Government is mulling releasing of all political leaders and revoking Public Safety Act against those not involved in serious cases, sources close to Kashmir Observer said here Saturday.

After the release of Hurriyat (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chief Muhammad Yasin Malik, authorities are going to release Democratic Freedom Party (DFP) chief Shabir Ahmad Shah, sources said.

They added that government has decided to release political leaders as and when the situation improves.

“With the improvement of situation every day, the process to release political leaders has begun. Public Safety Act (PSA) on some students would be also revoked,” sources said.

 “Authorities are taking the assessment of situation on daily basis. More positive development would occur as and when normalcy returns in Kashmir,” they informed.

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