Srinagar, Oct 29: The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) leaders who were detained on Thursday morning while protesting against the implementation of new land law in JK have been released after signing surety bonds in the local court in Srinagar.
An order issued in this regard by Executive Magistrate Ist Class ( Tehsildar South Srinagar) a copy of which lies with news agency KDC reads, ” Surety persons have appeared before this court and gave written surety bonds to the tune of Rs 10,000 As such you are hereby directed to release the accused persons who are under judicial custody.”
Soon after the order nineteen PDP leaders who signed surety bonds before the local court were released from Police Station Kothi Bagh.
Court has also directed all the nineteen accused PDP leaders to remain present before the court on 5th November.
Those who have signed surety bonds include Khursheed Alam, Ab Hameed Kohsheen, Waheed-ur-Rehman Para, Ab. Rouf Bhat, Tahir Syed, Mohammad Yaseen Bhat, Mohsin Quyoom Wani, Bilal Ahmad Pandith, Arif Laigaroo, Mohd Umar Dar, Mustakeen Khan, Shahnawaz Ahmad Mir, Dr. Harbakash Singh, Suhail Bukhari, Mohit Bhan, Touseef Shah, Umer Dar, Ghulam Rasool Dar, and Mohd Altaf Bhat. (KDC)