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Jammu and Kashmir authorities remove security of five separatist leaders

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Jammu: The Jammu and Kashmir authorities today evening withdrew the security cover provided to five separatist leaders, including Mirwaiz Umer Farooq.

“The security cover of five separatist leaders — Mirwaiz Umer Farooq, professor Abdul Gani Bhat, Bilal Lone, Hashim Qureshi and Shabir Ahmad Shah — has been withdrawn,” confirmed state government sources.

In line with the decision taken earlier in the day, armed guards, vehicles and other facilities to the separatists were withdrawn towards the evening, added the sources.

Sunday’s move comes after Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, during his visit to the Kashmir valley on Friday, said that security provided to those who received money from Pakistan would be reviewed.

Shah is currently in custody in Delhi after being arrested by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in Srinagar on July 26, 2017, in connection with a terror funding case.

Security personnel were, however, deployed outside his residence in Srinagar where his family resides.

JK authorities withdrew security cover of five separatist leaders, including Mirwaiz Umer Farooq:

Senior separatist leaders Syed Ali Geelani and Muhammad Yasin Malik were not provided any security cover by the state government.

Reacting to the Jammu and Kashmir authorities’ move, the Hurriyat Conference on Sunday said they had never sought security cover.

“The government had decided on its own to provide security to separatist leaders which was never demanded in the first place,” the Hurriyat Conference led by Mirwaiz Umer Farooq said in a statement.

“Mirwaiz Umer Farooq in fact said many times during his Friday sermons that he wanted withdrawal of the security cover.

“The decision to withdraw security will neither change the stand of separatist leaders nor affect the situation on the ground,” the statement added.

 

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Doctor removes spoons-toothbrushes-knife from man’s stomach

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Mandi: In a bizarre and weird incident, a man in Himachal Pradesh was found with seven spoons, two toothbrushes, two screwdrivers, a metal rod and a knife in his stomach.

 

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The mentally-challenged man was being treated at the Lal Bahadur Shastri Government Medical College in Mandi where doctors on Saturday said the patient’s condition is critical.

The man came to the hospital with acute stomach ache and an X-ray revealed he had metallic objects in his stomach.

 

Spoons, Knife, Toothbrushes, Screwdrivers, Metal rod, Stomach, Himachal Pradesh, Weird news, Offbeat news, Regional news

 

Earlier, doctors at the Bundi government hospital removed 116 iron nails, a long wire and an iron pellet from the stomach of a 42-year-old man in Rajasthan’s Bundi.

 

Doctor removes spoons, knife-rod from man’s stomach in Himachal:

 

The patient, identified as Bhola Shankar, had come for a medical check-up on Sunday following pain in the stomach for the last few days. The condition of the patient is normal and he was speaking properly post operation, Dr Saini further said.

 

Spoons, Knife, Toothbrushes, Screwdrivers, Metal rod, Stomach, Himachal Pradesh, Weird news, Offbeat news, Regional news

 

The patient worked as a gardener and his family members were also not able to tell as to how he swallowed the objects, the surgeon said. The doctor said a similar case had taken place in Kolkata, where iron nails measuring 2.5 cm were removed from the stomach of a patient.

 

Spoons, Knife, Toothbrushes, Screwdrivers, Metal rod, Stomach, Himachal Pradesh, Weird news, Offbeat news, Regional news

 

In July 2017, at least 150 needles and nails were also removed from the body of Badrilal (56), a Bundi resident, at a Faridabad hospital.

 

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