Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir government on Monday revoked Public Safety Act (PSA) detention orders of 36 persons lodged in different jails, reports said.
Home department of J&K Union Territory today revoked detention orders of 36 persons lodged in different jails, news agency KNO reported quoting sources. Details gathered from different jails and police revealed that detainees whose PSA was revoked today are lodged in Central jail Srinagar (16), Kot Bhalwal central jail Jammu (16), and one each in district jails of Kupwara, Anantnag, Bhaderwah and sub-jail Hira Nagar.
According to sources, the government has also decided to revoke PSA detention orders of 30-40 prisoners lodged in jails outside Jammu and Kashmir.
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