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Former Chief Minister of Kashmir Omar Abdullah released after eight months detention

Omar Abdullah

Former Chief Minister of Occupied Kashmir and National Conference Vice President Omar Abdullah was released after eight months in detention.

Former chief ministers Mehbooba Mufti and Omar Abdullah were detained after the Indian government remove the special status of occupied Kashmir on August 5 last year.

Related: India Arrests Mehbooba Mufti and Omar Abdullah Under Public Safety Act

However, today only Omar Abdullah’s release came into operation and the Mehbooba Mufti is still in custody.

According to media reports, the release was decided in the wake of the Coronavirus and his health concerns.

In a message on t Twitter after the release, Omar Abdullah said, “After 232 days of detention I finally came out of Hari Niwas, today’s world is very different from August 5, 2019.”

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