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SC asks Centre, J&K administration to inform by next week if it is releasing Omar Abdullah

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 18 March 2020
A bench of Justices Arun Mishra and M R Shah told counsel appearing for the Centre that Abdullah's sister Sara Abdullah Pilot's plea against his detention will be heard on merit if he is not released soon.
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SC asks Centre, J&K admin to inform by week if it is releasing Omar Abdullah | Oneindia News 01:40

AS UNCERTAINITY LOOMS OVER THE RELEASE OF FORMER J&K CHIEF MINISTER OMAR ABDULLAH, NOW THE SUPREME COURT HAS DEMANDED TO KNOW BY NEXT WEEK FROM THE CENTRE IF IT INTENDS TO RELEASE THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE LEADER FROM DETENTION. IN THE EVENT OF THE CENTRE NOT RELEASING HIM, THE APEX COURT SAID IT WILL...

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