The JKLF spokesman in a press release issued in Srinagar stated that Muhammad Yasin Malik had been languishing in police custody for final 4 days.
For the previous 4 days he has not been introduced earlier than any court docket or Justice of the Peace and has been illegally jailed in a police station.
He has been completely cutoff from outdoors world and family members or pals who come to fulfill him at police station are being searched and humiliated by police.
In the meantime, Muhammad Yasin Malik in a press release in Srinagar stated that no Kashmiri would settle for Kashmir being become one other Palestine.
He stated that building of colonies within the identify of Pandits, retired Indian troopers and East India firm sort industrial coverage have been conspiracies to vary demography of Kashmir which might not be allowed.
He stated, As a dwelling nation it’s our obligation to face up and safeguard our nationwide pursuits… that is like do are die state of affairs for us and we can have to withstand with ardour and stand united on this event.
Alternatively, Hurriyet leaders, Shabir Ahmad Dar, Muhammad Ahsan Untoo, Muhammad Iqbal Mir, Imtiyaz Ahmad Reshi and Gulam Nabi Battle of their joint assertion strongly denounced continued detention and shifting of Muhammad Yasin Malik to central jail Srinagar.
The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Entrance (JKLF) Chief, Muhammad Yasin Malik was shifted from Kothi Bagh Police Station to central Jail in Srinagar, at the moment.
Muhammad Yasin Malik was arrested on Wednesday from his workplace in Abi Guzar space of Srinagar.
He was arrested and lodged in Kothi Bagh Police station in Srinagar.
The court docket of third Munsif earlier bailed Masarrat Aalam Butt and directed police officers to launch him if no different case was registered in opposition to him.
Nonetheless, police introduced one other case registered in opposition to him at Shaheed Gunj police station following which he was despatched on a 10-day judicial remand.
In occupied Kashmir, a court docket has despatched illegally detained senior Hurriyet chief, Masarrat Aalam Butt to judicial remand for 10-days to sub jail, Baramulla.