Hurriyet Leaders Detained In Humhama Police Station

Hurriyet leaders detained in Humhama police station

ISLAMABAD, (Pakistan Point News - APP -2nd Sep,2016) : The authorities have lodged the illegally detained All Parties Hurriyet Conference leaders, Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai, Altaf Ahmed Shah and Ayaz Akbar, at Humhama police station in Srinagar. According to KMS, the family sources of the incarcerated leaders have said that they might be shifted either to the jails in Jammu or in India. Family members of Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai told mediamen that he was taken to police station Humhama on Wednesday night.

"He was under house arrest since July 8, 2016. It was around 11 pm on Wednesday night that police officials came and shifted him to Humhama police station," they said and added that Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai was asked to take medicines and clothes along with him. Few days back Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai was questioned by India's National Investigation Agency (NIA) officials in Srinagar.The APHC sources said that Altaf Ahmed Shah and Ayaz Akbar too were shifted to Humhama police station late Wednesday night.

Altaf Shah was under house arrest for the last 54 days while Ayaz Akbar was detained in Parim Pora police station. The son of Ayaz Akbar is also under detention and was questioned by the NIA officials. Media reports quoting sources said that the occupation authorities were mulling to shift almost all Hurriyet leaders to jails either in Jammu or India. Meanwhile, reports said that the APHC Chairman, Syed Ali Gilani's Personal Secretary, Peer Saifullah, continued to remain hospitalized at Soura Institute of Medical Sciences in Srinagar. He had recently returned from New Delhi after going through a medical check-up following which he was questioned by the NIA. APP/rb/mtd/anm