The Jammu and Kashmir authorities has registered a case beneath the Public Safety Act (PSA) towards Naeem Akhtar, a senior PDP chief and former spokesperson of the PDP-BJP authorities. Akhtar has been in custody since August 5 after the particular standing of Jammu and Kashmir ended. He is accused of criticizing the West Bengal election speech of BJP chief and Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
Akhtar was first housed in SKICC Upazel after which later shifted to MLA hostel together with different leaders. He has been charged with PSA regulation final week. One of the various accusations within the file on him is that he referred to BJP chief Amit Shah's West Bengal speech wherein Shah had made an open name to the Hindu nation and challenged the concept of India. <! –
He additional stated that BJP is organising a harmful sport for electoral features within the nation and enjoying the cardboard of communal hatred to win elections.
Accused of being a supporter of radical components
The file additional states that Akhtar, near the household of PDP founder Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, is a supporter of 'radical components'. It can also be alleged that he used his affect in political circles to incite the general public towards India. Former cupboard minister Akhtar had labored as a spokesperson for the celebration's coalition authorities with the BJP, which is taken into account quantity two within the PDP, however later parted methods.
'Inspired to learn Gilani's ebook'
Akhtar is alleged to have impressed individuals to learn the ebook of Kashmiri separatist chief Syed Ali Shah Geelani whereas the state's training minister. The file states that Akhtar has appreciable affect in political circles in addition to different unions, inflicting him to resort to violence to incite disgruntled components and to create an environment conducive to breach peace. Are misusing
The Jammu and Kashmir administration had additionally registered a case towards former chief ministers Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti beneath the controversial PSA final week. This has been challenged within the Supreme Court by Omar Abdullah's sister.