March 16, 2020, The Liberacy:- Farooq Abdullah the former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir (now a UT), was released from the PSA detention after 7 months. The 82-year-old former CM was arrested the day before the central government abrogated Article 370 from the Indian constitution and bifurcated the state into two union territories. He was arrested under the Public Safety Act (PSA), which was more of detention at his own residence of Gupkar Road.
After the release, his party stated that the release of their leader was unconditional, i.e. he is not restrained from commenting on anything or traveling anywhere. He is mostly expected to attend the remaining parliament proceedings, as an MP of Loksabha.
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The next day after his release, Farooq Abdullah went to visit his son Omar Abdullah at his residence Hari Niwas, with wife Molly and Daughter Safia, where he is under detention, with his wife and daughter, following the PSA, from the same day as his father was detained at his residence. Omar Abdullah, like his father, is also a former CM of Jammu and Kashmir.
Congress leader and Rajya Sabha leader of the opposition, Ghulam Nabi Azad was the first amongst to meet Farooq Abdullah. Their talks went on for 2 hours at his residence, and former detention center of Gupkar Road.
The first thing the former CM did, was to offer prayers at the mausoleum of his late father and former Prime Minister and the Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Sheikh Abdullah.
Although he has kept shut on any talks related to Article 370, he is mostly expected to roar up in the parliament, which people consider it to be less attractive between the ongoing Delhi riots and Coronavirus talks.