Srinagar: Chairman Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Muhammad Yasin Malik has been released from central jail Srinagar on bail on Saturday.
According to a JKLF statement, Malik was presented before 1st additional district and session judge who after a long discussion ordered to release him on bail.
He was taken back to Srinagar central jail from where he was released this evening, the spokesman said.
Chairman JKLF was arrested by police on Mar 18 and sent to central jail on a 12 days judicial remand.
On Mar 29, he was again presented before 2nd additional sessions judge who again remanded him to judicial custody until Apr 11.
The spokesman informed that on Apr 11, he was again presented before court and remanded until Apr 15.
JKLF chairman was put in jail on a concerted case under 13 unlawful activity act dated 17/2016, the spokesman said.
Another JKLF senior member, Muhammad Irfan Khan who also has been languishing in central jail Srinagar from last 30 days was also today presented before court and court has again sent him on an 8 days judicial remand.
He was again taken back to central jail Srinagar.
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