Jammu Kashmir: National Conference's detained two leaders deteriorated, admitted in schemes - watsupptoday.com
Jammu Kashmir: National Conference's detained two leaders deteriorated, admitted in schemes
Posted 30 Nov 2019 04:28 PM

State Times

Srinagar, State Bureau. General Secretary Ali Mohammed Sagar and previous MLA Sheik Ishfaq Jabbar, two senior pioneers of the National Conference, who have been shut for 116 days in prudent guardianship, have been admitted to the Shere Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences Saura (Schemes) on state of weakening. Both are previous MLAs. One of them has experienced angiography. The delegate city hall leader of Srinagar Municipal Corporation was taken to the skims for treatment, however, after examination, the specialists sent him back to the sub-prison MLA lodging.

After the revamping of Jammu and Kashmir, from August 5, the organization has sorted out around 1100 unmistakable pioneers and activists of different standard ideological groups, including National Conference, PDP, Congress, People's Conference, Awami Ittehad Party, Jammu Kashmir People's Movement, People's Democratic Forum, Nationalist Democratic Party. Is taken into preventive authority or put under house capture. These incorporate previous Chief Minister Dr. Farooq Abdullah, Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti. Of these, around 32 pioneers are in sub-prison MLA inns. These incorporate National Conference General Secretary Ali Mohammad Sagar and previous NC MLA Sheik Ishfaq Jabbar, People's Conference head and Srinagar Municipal Corporation Deputy Mayor Sheik Imran.

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