Delhi High Court Declines To Interfere With Arrest Of Suspected ‘Pro-Pak’ Kashmiri Hacker

Mid-day reports:

The Delhi High Court has refused to interfere with the arrest of a suspected “pro-Pakistan” Kashmiri hacker, who is alleged to have hacked over 500 Indian websites and was in touch with several Pak-based anti-Indian hackers.

A bench of Justices S Muralidhar and I S Mehta said it was of the prima facie view that his detention was not illegal, while dismissing the habeas corpus plea of Adil Hussain Teli, challenging his arrest from Jalandhar in Punjab on April 27 and his subsequent detention here.

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