Delhi court grants bail to illegally detained Kashmiri youth

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Delhi court grants bail to illegally detained Kashmiri youth

ISLAMABAD: The Delhi High Court has granted bail to a Kashmiri youth, Muhammad Aslam Wani, after the Indian investigation agency's Enforcement Directorate failed to prove any charge against him.

The court directed Muhammad Aslam Wani to furnish Rs 3 lakh personal bond and two sureties of the same amount, Kashmir Media Service reported.

Wani is being probed in a money laundering case. He was first arrested in 2005 and released five years later in 2010. He was again arrested in the same case by the Enforcement Directorate on August 06, 2017 from Occupied Kashmir.

It is to mention here that India’s Enforcement Directorate had also arrested senior leader of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference, Shabbir Ahmed Shah, in the same case in 2017 and has so far failed to prove anything against him. He is presently lodged at New Delhi’s infamous Tihar Jail.

APP