Yasin Malik, recently, before a Delhi court in a case related to alleged terrorism and separatist activities that led to unrest in the Kashmir Valley in 2017, under strict unlawful activity prevention. Act (UAPA) and all the charges leveled under various sections were accepted.
terror funding Kashmiri Separatist Leader in Terror Funding Case Yasin Malik (Yasin Malik) infamous for sheltering terrorists when convicted in India Pakistan (Pakistan) is starting to have trouble. Pakistan itself on the issue of terrorist funding FATF gray list And trying to avoid being blacklisted. In such a situation, Pakistan summoned the Indian Embassy in-charge in this matter to its Ministry of Foreign Affairs and handed over a document (demarche) related to the objection. In this, the allegations leveled against Kashmiri separatist leader Yasin Malik were described as “fabricated” and strongly condemned. Whereas many evidences of Pakistan’s hand behind terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir have already been found by the Indian security forces.
Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement late on Wednesday that Kashmiri Hurriyat leader Malik is currently imprisoned in Delhi’s Tihar Jail. “The Indian Embassy was apprised of Pakistan’s grave concern that the Government of India has implicated him (Malik) in fake cases to suppress the voice of the Kashmiri leadership,” the statement said.
It added that the Indian side was also conveyed Pakistan’s concern over Malik’s detention in Tihar Jail in “inhumane conditions” since 2019.
Malik, recently, before a Delhi court in a case related to alleged terrorism and separatist activities that created unrest in the Kashmir Valley in 2017, under the stringent Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) and various sections The charges were accepted.
India has repeatedly told Pakistan that Jammu and Kashmir “was always an integral part of India, is and always will be.” India also advised Pakistan to accept the reality and stop the anti-India propaganda. The debate on punishment in the NIA court to determine the sentence of Malik will start from May 25.
In this case, the court has given Farooq Ahmed Dar alias Bitta Karate, Shabir Shah, Masarat Alam, Mohammad Yusuf Shah, Aftab Ahmed Shah, Altaf Ahmed Shah, Naeem Khan, Mohammad Akbar Khande, Raja Mehrajuddin Kalwal, Bashir Ahmed Bhat, Zahoor Ahmed Shah. Charges have been formally framed against other Kashmiri separatist leaders including Watali, Shabbir Ahmed Shah, Abdul Rashid Sheikh, and Naval Kishore Kapoor. A case was also filed against Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) founder Hafiz Saeed and Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin, who have been declared absconders in the case.
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