Family of PDP leader Qom raised demand for release - watsupptoday.com
Family of PDP leader Qom raised demand for release
Posted 04 Dec 2019 02:22 PM

Source: Justdial


The family of PDP leader Abdul Qayyum Wani has demanded the release of Qom, describing his elder brother as seriously sick. A family member said that Wani's elder brother Gulzar Ahmed Wani suffers from a serious health problem. He has been shifted to Mumbai for better treatment. In such a scenario, being a younger brother, Abdul qum Wani is also important to be there.

Qum has been lodged in Central Jail since 4 August. Qayum has to be there to help Gulzar Ahmed, who is undergoing treatment at the Tata Cancer Institute in Mumbai, the family also needs him. Given this tough time of the family, the govt ought to release them immediately. However, the administration has not yet given any reply in this regard.

Meanwhile, official sources say that the centrally administered Jammu and Kashmir administration is considering releasing some more leaders detained in the MLA hostels and homes in Kashmir. Not only this, but many leaders detained in MLA hostels also are preparing to transfer them to their homes after having health-related issues. However, the centrally administered Jammu and Kashmir administration has still not clarified the situation relating to the release of the 3 former chief ministers under arrest in Kashmir, Dr. Farooq Abdullah, Omar Abdullah, and Mehbooba Mufti. The administration has started the process of releasing the leaders, except for the former chief ministers.

Apart from this, the administration has also allowed many leaders who are struggling with health issues to go to other states for investigation. It's worth mentioning that about 31 leaders, including former MLAs and ministers of various political parties, are kept in the MLA hostels in the center of the town. It's been given the status of sub-jail. While over 24 leaders have been kept under house arrest. Most of these leaders are from the National Conference, People's party and Congress.

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