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SC allows Mehbooba Mufti's daughter to meet her in Kashmir; orders shifting of CPI(M) leader to AIIMS Delhi
9/5/2019 10:18:42 PM
New Delhi, Sept 5: The Supreme Court on Thursday allowed PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti's daughter Sana Iltija to travel to Kashmir to meet her mother.
The SC order came in response to Sana Iltija's petition, in which she had said that she was worried about her mother's health as she had not met her for a month.
Mehbooba Mufti, former J&K chief minister and PDP chief, has been detained along with several other senior political leaders in J&K after the abrogation of Article 370 on August 5, as a security measure to prevent any protests or troubles against the government's decision on Article 370.
The CJI Gogoi-led bench allowed Iltija to travel to Kashmir after she submitted in the court that she had no problem in going to her residence in Srinagar but that she had not been able to move out freely.
The Centre scrapped Article 370 which granted the special status to Jammu and Kashmir as well as divided it into two union territories on August 5, following which restrictions were imposed in the region.
Meanwhile, the apex court also allowed CPI (M) leader in J&K, Yousuf Tarigami, to be shifted to AIIMS, Delhi from Srinagar where he is under house arrest. The court noted that the ailing politician needed "better medical treatment".
Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, heading the SC bench hearing petition on Kashmir, said that the bench was inclined to shift Tarigami to AIIMS in the national capital for better treatment.
CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechury told the court that he had no objection if former CPI(M) MLA Tarigami was brought to Delhi for better treatment. He added, "We want to reserve our right to challenge the detention of former MLA in Habeas Corpus (bring the person) plea."
Earlier, the apex court had allowed Yechury to visit Jammu and Kashmir - where a communication blockade has been in place for a month - to meet his ailing party colleague, despite the Centre's claim that Yechury's visit might "endanger the situation."
However, the court had clarified that Yechury was allowed to visit J&K to meet his ailing party colleague because the court's attention had been drawn to an interim plea which sought orders from the court for bringing Tarigami to the premier health institute in New Delhi, for better medical facilities.
A communication blockade has been in place in Kashmir, with curfew-like restrictions in several areas of the region, following the scrapping of Article 370 last month. The government has said that it will ease the restrictions in phases so as to avoid any law and order situation in the region.
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