New Delhi: On August 5, the central government announced the abolition of Section 370 in Jammu and Kashmir. After which the special status from the state removed. After this, the government kept the political leaders of the valley under house arrest keeping the peace system in mind. This shows the government's stern attitude towards Kashmir. Despite all the criticism from the opposition, the government is not ready to back down from its step. It is a hallmark to impose PSA on former CM and veteran state leader Farooq Abdullah.
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The Union Home Ministry has clearly stated to the Jammu and Kashmir administration that no matter how influential a person is, if he violates law and order in Kashmir or tries to provoke people, then public safety against him Act (PSA) should be imposed. According to government sources, the Public Safety Act may be imposed against representatives of political parties, separatist leaders and members of alleged social organizations in the coming times.
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These are all those who are still taking a different route on the issue of the removal of Article 370. According to sources, soon more than 350 people can come under the purview of PSA. Under the PSA, there is a provision that a person can be detained for two years without any trial. An IPS officer associated with Jammu and Kashmir says that after Farooq Abdullah, action will be taken under PSA against many people. The PSA law was implemented in the state by Farooq Abdullah's father Sheikh Abdullah. In the past, the government used to act against terrorists through this law.
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