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‘J&K turned into jail’: Mehbooba Mufti as cops detain protesting PDP leaders

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‘J&K turned into jail’: Mehbooba Mufti as cops detain protesting PDP leaders

J&K turned into jail’: Mehbooba Mufti as cops detain protesting PDP leaders

Several PDP leaders were on Thursday detained by police as they tried to stage a protest against the new land laws notified by the Centre for Jammu and Kashmir.

The party leaders wanted to hold a protest rally against the amendments made to the land laws of the Union territory by the Centre on Tuesday which allow people from other parts of the country to buy land in the region.

The mainstream parties of Kashmir have decried the amendments and termed the move akin to putting Jammu and Kashmir up for sale.

PDP president Mehbooba Mufti tried to reach the PDP office, but was asked by the police to return to her residence.

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