Srinagar, Feb 10: Police on Thursday arrested the Muslim League Jammu Kashmir chief, Mushtaq-ul-Islam from Batamaloo here.
Mushtaq, according to ML statement, was arrested when he was busy giving interview to a correspondent of New Delhi based news channel, Tehelka at League head office.
“A large contingent of police led by the S P South laid a siege of the area and raided the League head office, arresting Mushtaq-ul-Islam,” said a spokesman of the League in a statement, terming Mushtaq’s arrest as highly condemnable.
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