Incarcerated zonal organizer Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Bashir Ahmad Kashmiri was today slapped with PSA and shifted to Kot-Balwal Jail, Jammu.
"Bashir Ahmad Kashmiri was arrested on September 29, and was shifted to Central Jail Srinagar on October 27. He along with a student Davood Ahmad Zargar of Nowhata and many others was today booked under black law PSA and shifted to Kot-Balwal jail Jammu," the JKLF vice chairman Mushtaq Ajmal, in a statement today, said.
Condemning the arrest and booking of Bashir Ahmad Kashmiri, Davood Ahmad Zargar and others under PSA and shifting them to Jammu and spree of nocturnal raids, Mushtaq Ajmal said, "Using a black law PSA to cage down peaceful political leaders, activists and innocent youth including students has been a hallmark of RSS sponsored PDP-BJP ruling regime in Kashmir. Putting political activists and youth in jails is a glaring example of cowardice and cunning politics of pro-India politicians and rulers who are not able to compete with resistance camp on political front and are using military and police might to crush peaceful freedom movement of the people of Jammu Kashmir."
Mushtaq Ajmal has also condemned the frequent raids on the residence of incarcerated JKLF vice- president for Kulgam district Assadullah Sheikh, saying that "After booking Assadullah Sheikh under PSA, police is now hell bent after his son Arshid Ahmad Sheikh who is looking after his family in absence of his jailed father."