STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey of State High Court on Wednesday quashed the detention order of Mohammad Maqbool Wani, son of Ghulam Qadir Wani, resident of Ladhoo Batpora Tehsil Pampore, District Pulwama under Public Safety Act (PSA). The court direction came in a petition filed by Mohammad Maqbool Wani seeking quashment of detention order No. 12/DMP/PSA/18 dated July 21, 2018, purporting to have been passed by District Magistrate Pulwama, whereunder aforesaid detainee is under detention. After hearing both the sides, the court observed that Detaining Authority has failed to mention in the detention order about the petitioner’s right to make representation constitute an infraction of a valuable constitutional right guaranteed under Article 22(5) of the Constitution of India as also of the right under Section 13 of the Jammu and Kashmir P.S Act, 1978, which renders the detention order as invalid and deserves to be quashed. With these observations, High Court quashed the detention order.
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