Yasin Malik might be subjected to judicial murder

In Indian occupied Kashmir, the relatives of unlawfully confined Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Chairman, Muhammad Yasin Malik, and rights activists have communicated the trepidation that the Indian specialists could expose the imprisoned pioneer to legal homicide.

Yasin Malik might be subjected to judicial murder

The Indian government has ensnared the JKLF Chairman in decades old phony cases and he is by and by stopped in New Delhi's notorious Tihar Jail.


A relative of Muhammad Yasin Malik in a meeting in Srinagar said the reviving of phony bodies of evidence against the JKLF Chairman uncovered the Indian specialists' dismal

plans. He said this is a political instead of a legal move. Yasin Malik's legal advisor, Advocate Tufail Raja, said that bogus arguments were being encircled against his client however he was not the person who might capitulate to any weight. Noted Kashmiri rights extremist, Khurram Parvez, said starting at now, the preliminary on account of Yasin Malik appears to be a political feud.


Numerous individuals in the Kashmir Valley conversing with Al Jazeera communicated the dread that Yasin Malik is next to be judicially killed by India's conservative government for its political additions.


Indian police captured a few grievers who took part in the burial service of the martyred youth, Sajjad Nawaz Dar, in Sopore town. Challenging military attack and lockdown, a great many individuals incorporating ladies had taken part in the memorial service parade of the martyred youth in Sadipora territory of the town. The members of the memorial service had raised professional opportunity, star Pakistan and ace Imran Khan mottos.


In the mean time, Indian soldiers proceeded with their cordon and search activities in Kulgam, Shopian, Pulwama, Bandipore and Kupwara regions.


The scientific expert shops and drug stores in Indian occupied Kashmir are confronting intense deficiency of life-sparing medications because of proceeded with lockdown, which was forced by India in August, 2019, and was escalated a month ago for the sake of forestalling the spread of coronavirus in the domain. Many patients and their family members in the Kashmir Valley said that they were confronting trouble in getting fundamental meds in the wake of lack of life-sparing medications because of serious limitations forced in the region.


Then again, Hurriyat pioneers including Professor Abdul Ghani Butt, Molvi Mohammad Abbas Ansari, Fazalul Haq Qurashi, Muhammad Musadiq Aadil, Ghulam Muhammad Khan Sopori, Mukhtar Ahmed Waza, Hassan-ul-Bana, Syed Aijaz Rehmani and Zahid Ashraf in their announcements communicated significant sadness over the miserable death of senior obstruction pioneer, Abdul Majeed Wani. Abdul Majeed Wani died in Srinagar after delayed disease, the previous evening.