Allowed to visit home in wake of his mother’s death fortnight ago
Srinagar: Hurriyat leader Me'raj-ud-din Kalwal, who is serving detention since 2017 in a Delhi prison, was Thursday allowed to visit home for six hours on parole in the wake of death of his mother fortnight ago.
An official said that Me'raj-ud-din Kalwal son of Muhammad Amin of Hamzah Colony Baghat Kani Pora Srinagar, who was presently under NIA detention at Delhi jail since 2017, was first taken to police station Pantha Chowk for a night and today morning was allowed to visit his home for six hours on parole.
"His mother died some 15 days ago. Kalwal was accompanied by a team of Delhi police, Jammu police, SHO Nowgam and policemen from DPL Srinagar," an official said.
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