Hurriyat (G) incarcerated leader and Muslim League president, Masrat Alam Bhat, after being rearrested was on Friday shifted to Jammu.
“Masrat Sahab was shifted to Jammu from Humhama,” Muslim League spokesman told Kashmir Life.
Earlier Public Safety Act (PSA) order against Masrat was revoked and he was soon re-arrested in some other cases, sources said.
Spokesperson of the Muslim League told Kashmir Life that PSA order was revoked on Thursday. “After the revocation of PSA, we submitted the bail documents to the jail authorities who released Masrat Sahab but was re-arrested in the jail premises immediately,” Rafiq Ganai said.
Masrat was lodged in Baramullah district jail but after his re-arrest he was shifted to JIC Humhama, Ganai said.
The pioneer of 2010 uprising Masrat is undergoing imprisonment since October 18, 2010. He has faced six PSAs in a row after his arrest.
A very popular voice among Kashmiri youth, Masrat is heading Muslim League which is a constituent of Hurriyat faction led by old and ailing separatist patriarch Syed Ali Geelani.