Masrat Alam gets bail
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 25: A local court has granted bail to Muslim League Chairman Masrat Alam and directed the Counter Insurgency Kashmir to handover the detainee to his family.
The Additional District and Sessions Judge, Abdul Rashid Lone, who granted interim bail to Masrat directed the Station House Officer Police Station, Counter Insurgency Kashmir, to handover Masrat to his family.
The Court granted interim bail to Masrat and asked him to tender surety bond of Rs 20,000 and personal bond of like amount. It asked the accused to remain present for further investigation before the concerned police authorities as and when required. Court also asked him not to leave the territorial jurisdiction of the court without obtaining prior permission. “The accused will not try to hamper or tamper with the prosecution witnesses,” it said.
Masrat is facing trail under 120 B, 121 A RPC and under Section 13, 17, 18 Unlawful Assembly Act before 1st Additional District and Sessions Court along with four other accused.
Masrat was represented by his counsels Mir Shafaqat Hussain and Shabir Ahmad.
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