Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Muslim League chief Mushtaq ul Islam was released on Tuesday after more than eight months by government.
The spokesperson of the organisation said during his incarceration he was subjected to the mental and psychological torture in various police stations and the torture centers’.
“He was implicated falsely in a number of concocted cases. He was kept in various jails including the central jail Srinagar and the Kotbalwal jail at Jammu. The present coalition government dishonored judiciary many times to keep him under detention,” he said.
“The civil administration was used as a tool of tyranny for slapping back to back Public Safety Acts on him for blocking his release. However the young resistance leader remained determined and uncompromising while facing the tyrannical tactics of the government agencies during his incarceration,” he added.
The spokesman also said that resistance camp expressed satisfaction and happiness on the release of Mushtaq ul Islam.