Court keeps order in abeyance
FAKTOO’S SHIFTING TO JIC
GK COURT CORRESPONDENT
Srinagar, May 6: The High Court on Friday kept the order of state government to shift senior separatist leader, Muhammad Qasim Faktoo, from Central Jail Srinagar to Joint Interrogation Centre, Humhama in abeyance.
The Court of Justice Hakeem Imtiyaz Hussain, while hearing the petition to seek quashment of the order no. 943 of August 2, 2010 said, “Order shall remain in abeyance.”
Besides, the Court issued notice to the Government to file objections and listed the case for June 3.
Pertinently, on August 2, 2010, state Home Department had issued an order to shift Faktoo from Central Jail to JIC, Humhama. However, the order was challenged by his family. Sessions Court Srinagar directed the State Government to shift him to Central Jail. Subsequently, the Government filed a revision petition to challenge the Court order.
To challenge his shifting to JIC, Faktoo through senior counsel, Mian Abdul Qayoom filed a petition today. After hearing arguments of both the sides the Court kept the order in abeyance.
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