A day after local court granted bail to incarcerated Muslim League Chairman Masrat Alam Bhat, Police on Tuesday registered another case against him and shifted him to Baramulla jail.
“Police Station Bandipora on Tuesday implicated Alam in a case FIR No. 220-13ULA/2009 (Unlawful Activities Act) and was produced before a local court at afternoon where from he was sent to Sub district jail Baramulla for judicial remand till September 30,” Muslim League General Secretary Abdul Ahad Parra told GNS.
“After Supreme Court directions to State not to slap PSA on Masrat on similar grounds, the State is now framing him in false cases and illegally detaining him in different Police Station by ensuring that he does not receive bail in any cases framed against him,” Parra added.
Meanwhile, activists from Muslim League on Tuesday morning staged a peaceful protest in Press Enclave here in Srinagar demanding immediate release of its Chairman Masrat Alam who is continuously languishing in different jails since 2010.
Pertinently, on Monday a local court granted bail to Alam in a case FIR No. 99-13ULA/2008 (Unlawful Activities Act) but he was re-arrested and shifted to Police Station Bandipora