A Kashmir-based journalist, who was apprehended by security forces Thursday night, has been released on a bond, officials said on Friday.
Irfan Malik, a correspondent with the Greater Kashmir newspaper, was detained from his home in Tral in Pulwama district.
He was questioned and has been released after signing a bond, they said.
It was not immediately know as to why was he detained.
Officials, however, said a bond is taken from those who indulge in anti-social activities.
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