It's unacceptable that a person should be jailed for expressing a 'totally harmless' opinion, National Conference vice president Omar Abdullah said.
The NC leaders have authorised party president and three-time former J&K Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah to take a call on participation in delimitation exercise.
The 85-year-old National Conference president and Srinagar MP had tested positive for COVID-19 on March 30.
Omar also shared images of party workers and supporters across Jammu and Kashmir praying for the leader's speedy recovery.
Sinha, who met Abdullah's son and NC vice president Omar Abdullah at the hospital, instructed the doctors at the SKIMS to provide best treatment to the MP from Srinagar.
The 85-year-old NC president tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday and was kept in home-isolation initially.
It further said that the possibility of taking punitive action, such as a levy of spot fines in accordance with the law, shall also be explored with the local police authorities.
The Lok Sabha MP's son Omar Abdullah urged everyone who came in contact with his father recently to get tested.
Speaking at a Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) function in Jammu, he also said that the Congress has become weak.
India and Pakistan last month announced that ceasefire will be observed on the LoC and the International Border (IB).
He also asserted that India should abide by the United Nations charter on refugees in dealing with the Rohingya crisis.
The former J-K chief minister was reacting to Adhikari's reported statement that West Bengal would become like Kashmir if the TMC returned to power in the assembly elections.
Abdullah, 85, was given the first dose of the vaccine at the Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences, Soura, the officials said.
He was responding to a question about the terrorist attack on police in Bhagat locality of Srinagar on February 19, which left two policemen dead.
Lone, the son of NC's Member of Parliament Mohammad Akbar Lone, was arrested on Monday from the MLA hostel here where he was being held captive since December last year.