Senior PDP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Fayaz Mir also accused the NC of fielding proxy candidates against the PAGD nominees in Kupwara district.
Waheed Para was produced before a court in Jammu which remanded him to police custody till January 18, the officials said, adding he would be brought to Srinagar for questioning.
She was reacting to Waheed Para's arrest by the Counter-Insurgency Kashmir (CIK) wing of police on Monday, two days after he was granted bail by an NIA court
Waheed was arrested by NIA on November 25 last year, a few days after filing nomination papers as a PAGD candidate for the DDC elections.
PDP leader said they are prepared for a "long and arduous political fight" for the restoration of Article 370 of the Constitution which was "illegally" abrogated.
While his detractors attempted to retard the process, PM Modi continued to lay the foundations of that new vision and to win the peoples’ confidence and support.
'Initiate impartial probe': PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti seeks swift investigation into Parimpora encounter
In a letter to Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, Mehbooba Mufti said such incidents brought 'disrepute' to the armed forces and are 'a grave violation' of human rights.
National Conference additional spokesperson Sarah Shah said the versions of people and family pertaining to the killing of the three at an encounter site in Srinagar suburb are contradictory.
Valley in 2020: Amid rising heat over Article 370 revocation, electoral process resumed with DDC polls
The year 2020 began amid uncertainty as most of the mainstream political leaders continued to be under various forms of detention following the landmark constitutional amendments of 2019.
The central probe agency also recovered a dozen fixed deposit receipts worth Rs 67,29,490 during the searches at her Srinagar premise.
DDC elections made it clear people rejected Centre's decision to abrogate Article 370: PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti
Mehbooba also thanked PDP workers and said they worked hard even after the Centre "engineered" a split in her party.
While Madni and Hussain were detained earlier in the day, Akhtar was taken into custody late in the evening.
Bhat said militants dressed in 'pheran' -- traditional Kashmiri cloak worn during winter -- and armed with AK rifles came to his residence.
"GOI (Government of India) wants to continue inflicting oppression & zulm (injustice) on the people of J-K without any questions asked," she added.
First it was Sheikh Abdullah, then Farooq, then Omar and now it will be another Abdullah.