Mehbooba Mufti (PC: Social Media)
Srinagar: The biggest news of this time is coming from Jammu and Kashmir. Here, former chief minister and Peoples Democratic Party chief Mehbooba Mufti has once again been placed under house arrest at her house in Srinagar.
Mehbooba Mufti herself has given this information by tweeting through her Twitter handle. She wrote that she had been illegally re-detained.
Ive been illegally detained yet again. Since two days, J&K admin has refused to allow me to visit @parawahid’s family in Pulwama. BJP Ministers & their puppets are allowed to move around in every corner of Kashmir but security is a problem only in my case. pic.twitter.com/U5KlWzW3FQ
— Mehbooba Mufti (@MehboobaMufti) November 27, 2020
“For two days, she has been seeking permission from the Jammu and Kashmir administration to meet Wahid Para’s family, but she has been refused. Even my daughter Iltija is under house arrest.
Mehbooba Mufti informed on Twitter:
She has written on Twitter that she is calling the Press Conference at her home at 3 pm today. In which she will talk to reporters about various issues. He has asked journalists to join this dialogue.
In fact, when Mehbooba was leaving from her house to go somewhere, the soldiers posted under her protection did not allow her to go out. When asked no response, they tried to talk to the police officers in this regard. But there was no response from there either.
Mehbooba got angry on this. Opposing the administration’s action on its Twitter handle, he wrote that BJP central ministers, their supporting leaders and their puppets are allowed to roam in every corner of Kashmir, but security is only a problem in my case.
He has also shared the permission letter to visit Wahid Para’s family. She has written that she has written several times during the last two days to meet the family of District Pulwama Wahid, but she is not being allowed to leave for security reasons.
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