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Srinagar, Nov 21: Chairman, Hurriyat Conference (G) Syed Ali Shah Geelani was released Saturday after the Additional District and Sessions Court him.
Police presented the report in the court of Judicial Magistrate about the case registered against Geelani in police station Nigeen for ‘charging’ into the Kashmir University campus.
The judicial magistrate referred the case to Additional District and Sessions Court, which, after hearing the arguments of the Advocate Shabir Bhat and Advocate Bilal Wani, granted bail to the veteran pro-freedom leader.
The court ordered Geelani to deposit a security bond of Rs 10,000.
Geelani was earlier on Thursday, also granted bail in a separate case registered against him at police station, Karan Nagar for ‘forcing entry into Government Medical College’ and addressing the students there. However, he was again rearrested and sent on three-day judicial remand.
While talking to Greater Kashmir Hurriyat (G) spokesperson, Ayaz Akbar said, “Geelani sahib has been released today on bail and is at his home.” He said Geelani was kept under detention on the charges of barging into the campus of University of Kashmir on past Wednesday, adding that the police had lodged FIR against him in Nigeen Police station.
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