POLICE REMAND OF KASHMIRI STUDENTS EXTENDED
Career Of 14 Students In Jeopardy
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Aug 16: A local court here has sent to five days remand all the 14 students, arrested for allegedly staging protests and raising pro-freedom slogans outside Jammu University last week.
The Court directed the authorities to conduct the medial examination of the students after every 24 hours.
The arrested students were produced before the Special Judicial Mobile Magistrate Electricity Jammu RN Wattal with the prayer that the police remand be extended for 10 days as the investigation of the case was at the preliminary stage.
The court after hearing Senior Prosecuting Officer Ashish Rathore and perusing the case dairy granted five days police remand with the direction to get the arrested students medical examination conducted after every 24 hours and the accused be produced before the Court after expiry of remand period.
Thirteen students were arrested on August 11 and another on August 13 under section 13(1) unlawful activities Prevention Act for allegedly staging pro-freedom protests outside the Jammu University.
The accused students, who were produced before the court today, include Junaid Wani s/o Ghulam Nabi Wani r/o HMT, Srinagar, Muvashar Hussain s/o Pir Hussain Uddin r/o Khiram Bijbehara, Islamabad, Muhammad Shahid Bhat s/o Abdul Samad Bhat r/o Chadura Budgam, Adnan Kadri s/o Ishtiaq Kadri r/o Bemina Srinagar, Junnaid Rashid s/o Abdul Rashid r/o Soura Srinagar, Adab Hussain s/o Farooq Ahmed r/o Natipora, Srinagar, Muhammad Aslam s/o Adbul Majid r/o Angrooth, Rajouri, Shahnaz Amin s/o Muhammad Amin r/o Handwara, Javid Ahmed Wani s/o Muhammad Yousaf r/o Pougal Manayal, Muddssar Ahmed s/o Habib Ullah r/o Gani Pura, Chadura, Muddassir Ahmed Ganai s/o Muhammad Maqbool Ganai r/o Avanipura Main Chowk, Muhammad Rayas Skhanda s/o Muhammad Shafi Skhana r/o Sangat Nagar Srinagar and Hussain Babbar s/o Zafar Ullah r/o Doda.
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