Srinagar: Dukhtaran-e-Milat chief Asiya Andrabi and her aide Sofi Fahmeeda were released from Central Jail Srinagar on Monday, two days after a trial court bailed her out.
Asiya had Fahmeeda were detained at the central jail Srinagar for more than three months, after being transferred from a Jammu jail.
Chief Judicial Magistrate Srinagar, Aijaz Ahmed Khan granted the bail to Asiya Andrabi, after her counsel had sought details about all the cases pending against her.
Advocate Urfi had moved a bail application before Chief Judicial Magistrate Srinagar on 23 December in connection with case FIR no.93/2010 lodged at police station Safakadal against Andrabi.
On previous hearing, court of 1st additional sessions judge, Naseer Ahmed Dar had released Andrabi in open court but she was rearrested by police and taken back to central Jail Srinagar on 22 December.
The SSP Srinagar had submitted before the court that 15 cases were registered against Andrabi and are under investigation. He had informed that the cases against Andrabi are registered at police stations of Khanyar, Kothibagh, Nowhatta, Soura, Nigeen, Shergari, Shaheed Gunj, and Safakadal.
“In all these 15 cases,Andrabi stands now bailed out,” Advocate Urfi said.
Also the medical report from medical officer central jail Srinagar had suggested that Andrabi be given proper medical attention and jail cannot provide all the medical facilities.
Andrabi and Fehmeeda Sofi were booked under the Public Safety Act (PSA) in May this year and were sent to Jammu’s Amphalla jail. The High Court quashed the PSA order against them on August 31, after which they were shifted from Amphalla Jail to Central Jail Srinagar.