While Mufti is at present lodged at her official residence 'Fair View', which has been converted into a subsidiary jail, Sagar and Madani are in a government accommodation at Gupkar road.
Mufti, who has been detained under the Public Safety Act (PSA), was shifted from a make-shift jail to her 'Fairview' residence on Gupkar road while continuing the detention.
The order stated that she was being shifted from a subsidiary jail at Maulana Azad Road to "Fairview Gupkar Road" which is her official residence.
The Jammu and Kashmir Administration had in February invoked the PSA against former chief ministers Mehbooba Mufti and Omar Abdullah.
After the meeting speaking to IANS, Laway said, "There are two Chief Ministers and many youths who are under detention and I have demanded that all of them should be released."
Mehbooba, 60, was booked under the stringent Act on February 6 after remaining under preventive detention for six months.
PDP leader Mehbooba Mufti has been accused of making anti-national statements and extending support to organisations such as the Jamaat-e-Islamia of the state.
Mehbooba and NC leader Omar Abdullah were on Thursday booked under the stringent Public Safety Act (PSA).
The former J&K CMs who have been under preventive custody for six months since the abrogation of Article 370 were booked under the Public Safety Act.
The accused, Sandeep Koul, was also booked in a separate case for forging letters of former external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj, a police spokesperson said.
However, Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order) Munir Khan denied that Iltija was detained.
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The twitter handle of the PDP president is being operated by her daughter Iltija Mufti after the former was placed under preventive detention hours ahead of the Centre abrogating Article 370.
Iltija said she has met her mother about six times since she was detained.
The Centre will be responsible if anything happens to Mehbooba, the president of the PDP, Iltija Mufti has written in a letter to the Srinagar deputy commissioner.
The administration had earlier given permission to a delegation of PDP leaders to meet Mufti, but the party deferred the proposed visit following serious differences within its camp.