Former chief minister Farooq Abdullah drove from his residence to nearby Hari Nivas where his son has been held under preventive custody since February 5.
Srinagar: It was an enthusiastic gathering when National Conference president Farooq Abdullah met his child Omar Abdullah in the sub-prison in Srinagar where he has been under detainment for throughout the most recent seven months.
Discharged on Friday after his detainment under the stringent Public Safety Act (PSA) was renounced, previous boss clergyman Farooq Abdullah drove from his living arrangement to close by Hari Nivas where his child, likewise a previous boss pastor, has been held first under preventive guardianship since February 5 under the PSA. The two heartily grasped.
The 82-year-old pioneer had mentioned the Jammu and Kashmir expert for consent to see his child without precedent for seven months and the equivalent was in all actuality, authorities stated, including that the two were as one for about 60 minutes.
Farooq Abdullah, Omar Abdullah and different pioneers, including another main pastor and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) president Mehbooba Mufti, were kept on August 5 a year ago, the day the Center pulled back extraordinary status of the recent state.
The National Conference (NC) president was reserved under the PSA on September 15 while his child was reserved hours before his half year residency of preventive confinement was to reached a conclusion on February 5 this year.