Masarat Alam brought to Srinagar for hearing, shifted back to Jammu: M L

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SRINAGAR: The incarcerated chairman of Muslim League Masarat Aalam Bhat was on Saturday brought from Kot Bhalwal Jail, Jammu to Srinagar for the hearing of a case lodged against him in police station Rainawari Srinagar, a party spokesperson said.
“Aalam was produced today before the 4th Additional Sessions judge where after hearing the arguments; the judge fixed the next hearing of the said case on 27 February 2018. After hearing, the ML chairman was quickly taken back to Jammu,” the spokesperson said in a statement.
The League spokesperson said the Mebooba Mufti and her “power hungry associates” including civil administration and police are so affected from Masarat Aalam “phobia” that they do not allow him to stay here just for an hour.
“Moreover, on the date of hearings of frivolous cases lodged against Masarat Aalam, either he is not being produced before the court or brought during night so that in the next morning, he would be shifted to jail again immediately. As such, neither his family is being intimated nor his relatives are being allowed to meet him, which clearly shows that the Indian puppets in JK find his personality as a danger for themselves.”
The spokesperson said the world human rights organisations, scholars and authors do not pay any heed towards this issue and become deaf and blind in case of Masarat Aalam “which shows that they too are equally involved in the murder of justice”.
“The policy adopted by the puppet government through which Masarat sahib is being moved from one police station to another cannot break his will and courage,” the spokesperson said.