STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Sub Judge Special Mobile Magistrate Jammu S.S Bali on Thursday rejected the bail applications of Abdul Karim Nadvi and Jameel Ahmed, son of Bashir Ahmed, resident of Beli Charana Bashir Gujjar Basti, Jammu alleged members of banned organisation Jamat-e-Islaami who were booked by the Police Station Peermitha under Unlawful Activities Act. After hearing CPO Ashish Rathore with senior Prosecuting Officer Raj Kumar appearing for the State whereas Advocates A.K Razdan and A.R Bhat for the accused persons, the court observed that prosecution has invited the attention of the Court that since the accused are involved in case FIR No. 14/2019 under Section 10 of Unlawful Activities Act as such, this Court lacks jurisdiction to decide the instant bail application in view of SRO 149 of 2019 dated March 1, 2019 whereby Law Secretary has issued notification that in exercise of the powers conferred by Sub-section 1 of Section 22 of the National Investigation Agency Act, 2006, Government hereby notifies the Court of Additional District and Sessions Judge, TADA/POTA Srinagar and 3rd Additional District and Sessions Judge TADA/POTA Jammu as special courts for Kashmir and Jammu Provinces respectively for the purpose of trial of offences under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967. With these observations, Court rejected the bail application.
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