Shabir Shah files application, alleges threat to life by Enforcement Directorate

Srinagar: Senior separatist leader Shabir Shah on Thursday filed an application in the court, alleging threat to his life.

Shabir Ahmad Shah, popularly known as Shabir Shah, (born 14 June 1953, in Kadipora, Anantnag, Kashmir) is the founder and president of the Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party (JKDFP), one of the main separatist political organizations seeking “right of self-determination” to Jammu and Kashmir.

Reports said that Shah alleged inhuman behaviour and threat to his life by the Enforcement Directorate (ED). He also said that he was forced to sign blank documents in the custody.

Meanwhile, a court in Delhi has extended his remand by six days.

Shah told the court that the case against him was “political vendetta.” To this, ED lawyer said that “people like Shabir Shah are running the country”.

The lawyer also said, “Can Shah say Bharat Mata ki Jai.” In a quick retort, the court asked the lawyer not to convert court into TV studio.


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