As soon as Mehbooba Mufti was released; gave this statement
As soon as Mehbooba Mufti was released; gave this statement

New Delhi: Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has now been released. After the release, she has declared that she is going to start a struggle once again to restore article 370. You can see she has released an audio message of 1 minute 23 seconds on her Twitter. Releasing the message, she said, "The black judgment of that black day has been in her mind." Let us tell all of you first that PDP President Mehbooba Mufti was released by the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir last Tuesday after staying in home arrest for more than a year.

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In fact, even before the removal of article 370 on 5th August last year, the important leaders of Jammu and Kashmir were taken into custody by the central government and that included the name of Mehbooba Mufti. Releasing an audio message after being released at the moment, Mehbooba said, "After being detained for more than a year, I have been released, the black judgment of that black day has been stabbed every moment on my heart and mind, I am sure the same situation would have been the people of Jammu and Kashmir. "

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Not only that, but Mehbooba also showed her strut on the central government and said, "The people will not forget the disrespect that they received from this government." You can hear Mehbooba has said, 'removal of article 370 was an illegal decision, but the people of Jammu and Kashmir will fight unanimously to change the decision and work together to resolve the issues related to Kashmir which have swallowed thousands of lives." In addition, she has said, "These conflicts are not going to be easy. When I have been released I hope that even those who are in illegal custody will be left out."

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