Nayeem resents handcuffing again,not produced in court
Srinagar, May 11: After objecting to be handcuffed at Central Jail here for second time, senior Hurriyat (M) leader and National Front chairman, Nayeem Khan was not produced in the Court on Tuesday.
Nayeem was to be produced before the 3rd Additional Sessions Judge Abdul Rashid Bhat. However, the jail authorities in violation of SC rulings again tried to bring Nayeem handcuffed to the court, which he objected, the Front spokesperson said.
Earlier on March 11, Nayeem was not produced before the court after he objected for being handcuffed. Following, which the National Front filed a contempt petition against the superintendent of Jail before the court.
Spokesperson said the in charge security officer, G M Kanna today insisted to present Nayeem handcuffed again, which resulted in heated arguments between the him and Nayeem. “After Nayeem objected to board the vehicle handcuffed in the jail premises, Kanna hurled abuse on him. Nayeem was dropped there and not produced before the court, he added.
Subsequently, the police filed an application before the court citing security as the reason for handcuffing Nayeem.
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