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Feb 22, 2019
12:56PM

J&K govt moves SC seeking transfer of 7 Pakistani terrorists from Jammu jail to Tihar prison

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The Jammu and Kashmir government today moved the Supreme Court seeking the transfer of seven Pakistani terrorists from Jammu jail to Tihar prison on grounds that they were allegedly indoctrinating local prisoners.    A bench of Justices L N Rao and M R Shah sought a response from Centre and the Delhi government on the plea.

Jammu and Kashmir government's standing counsel Shoaib Alam said terrorists belonging to various organisations need to be shifted out of Jammu jail as they were involved in the indoctrination of local prisoners.

He said , they can be shifted to other high security prisons in Haryana and Punjab,if not Tihar.

A day after the Pulwama attack on February 14, the Jammu and Kashmir government  moved the apex court to shift a Lashkar-E-Taiba terrorist out of Jammu jail.

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