Indian court sentences Kashmiri leader Yasin Malik to life in prison

Indian court sentences Kashmiri leader Yasin Malik to life in

A special court in New Delhi has sentenced Hurriyat leader Yasin Malik to life in prison for financing terrorism and other charges.

According to NDTV, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) of India had demanded death sentence for Yasin Malik, head of the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), while defense counsel Omar Imprisonment was requested.

Lawyer Umesh Sharma said that the court had sentenced Yasin Malik twice to life imprisonment and five times to 10 years rigorous imprisonment. Is.

Yassin Malik has been sentenced to various terms of imprisonment and fines in different cases.

Hurriyat leaders can file a petition in the High Court against their sentence.

Yassin Malik had earlier been convicted in a terrorism funding case under all charges, including the Strict Prevention of Illegal Activities Act (UAPA).

During the hearing, Yasin Malik said that if he was guilty then why did the Indian government issue me a passport under Atal Bihari Vajpayee so that he could travel around the world and talk.

He said that he had abandoned the armed struggle in 1994 and followed the principles of Mahatma Gandhi and since then he has been pursuing non-violent politics in occupied Kashmir.

He challenged the Indian intelligence agencies to prove that Hurriyat leaders have been involved in any terrorist activity or violence for the last 28 years, if they prove it, they will retire from politics and be hanged. Will hang on

Yasin Malik’s wife Mashaal Hussain Malik said in a tweet that “this punishment is illegal, Indian kangaroo court ruled in minutes, well known leaders will never surrender”.

Court verdict in minutes by Indian kangaroo courts. Yasin Malik is the bravest man to challenge the Hitler Modi of this Era !!! We r all Yasin Malik #ReleaseYasinMalik Pray for the Lion of Kashmiris! The iconic leader will never surrender pic.twitter.com/Hv9VJqMivQ

– Mushaal Hussein Mullick (usMushaalMullick) May 25, 2022

In Srinagar, the capital of occupied Kashmir, police fired tear gas and pellets to disperse protesters and stone-throwers outside Yasin Malik.

Today is the dark day of Indian democracy, Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif

Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif, in a tweet on a social networking site, called today a “dark day” for Indian democracy and its justice system, saying that India could physically imprison Yasin Malik, but he would not allow this freedom. He can never capture the image of which he is a symbol.

Today is a black day for Indian democracy & its justice system. India can imprison Yasin Malik physically but it can never imprison the idea of ​​freedom he symbolizes. Life imprisonment for valiant freedom fighter will provide fresh impetus to Kashmiris’ right to self-determination.

– Shehbaz Sharif (@CMShehbaz) May 25, 2022

“The imprisonment of a brave leader who fought for independence will give a new impetus to the right of Kashmiris to self-determination,” he said.

The voice of Kashmiris can never be silenced, Bilawal Bhutto

Foreign Minister and PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that “Hurriyat leader Yasin strongly condemns the unjust punishment meted out to Malik in a fraudulent trial”.

Strongly condemn unjust sentencing of Hurriyat leader Yasin Malik in a sham trial. India can never silence Kashmiris’ voice for freedom and self-determination. Pakistan stands with Kashmiri brothers and sisters, will continue to provide all possible support in their just struggle

– BilawalBhuttoZardari (BBhuttoZardari) May 25, 2022

He said that India could never silence the voice of Kashmiris for independence and right to self-determination. Pakistan stood by the Kashmiri brothers and sisters and would continue to extend all possible cooperation in their just struggle.

It may be recalled that on May 19, a Delhi court had convicted Kashmiri freedom fighter Yasin Malik in a case of financing terrorism.

Pakistan had strongly condemned the sentencing of the Hurriyat leader by a Indian court in a dubious and political case and urged the Indian authorities to stop targeting the real representatives of Kashmiris.

The Senate also passed a resolution urging the international community to compel India to drop all fabricated allegations against all political leaders in Occupied Kashmir, including Yasin Malik, and to protect their welfare. Make sure

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