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IndiaHC protects Omar Abdullah’s estranged family from eviction till July 28

HC protects Omar Abdullah’s estranged family from eviction till July 28

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NEW DELHI: Delhi High Court today protected the estranged wife of former and Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and their children from being evicted from their Government residence here till July 28.

Justice Indermeet Kaur asked the Centre not to take any coercive steps against Payal Abdullah and her two sons till next date pursuant to the eviction order of June 30.

The court asked the Ministries of Urban Development and Home Affairs to reply to the petitioners plea that if they are found to be entitled to an alternate Government accommodation then the Centre be directed not to evict them till a suitable residence is allotted to them and it is cleared and equipped by the security personnel.

The Estate officer, Resident Commission, Government of Jammu and Kashmir was asked by the court to respond to the plea that petitioners should not be evicted or a suitable alternate accommodation be allotted to them where they can be effectively protected.

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