Srinagar: Incarcerated JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik is still languishing in police custody from last four days.
JKLF chairman who was taken into custody on 25th may 2016 has been lodged at police station Kothibagh.
From last 4 days he has not been presented before any court or magistrate and has been illegally jailed in a police station. He has been totally cutoff from outside world and relatives or friends who come to meet him at police station are being searched and humiliated by police.
JKLF has strongly condemned this illegal confinement and termed it as most undemocratic and unethical act of rulers.
Meanwhile in a message from incarceration JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik said that no Kashmiri will ever accept Jammu Kashmir being turned into another Palestine and conspiratorial designs of India that are being implemented by its Kashmiri stooges will face a stiff resistance from Kashmiris.
Yasin Malik said that construction of separate settlement colonies in the name of Pandits, colonies for ex-Indian army men, East India company type industrial policy, and oppression against Jammu Muslims are designs to change demography of Jammu Kashmir and rulers and their masters should know that they will face stiff resistance from us on these issues.
Yasin Malik said that situation is like do or die for Kashmiri nation and if it needs our blood to stop these conspiratorial designs we will spill that too but will not let these conspiracies to succeed.
Yasin Malik said that so-called rulers by oppressive methods like Arrests, raids, intimidations, jails, tortures, false propaganda want to defer us from our resistance but they should know that these measures will not and can never deter us from perusing the path of Azadi and protecting our national interests. He said that as a living nation it is our duty to stand up and safeguard our national interests… this is like do are die situation for us and we will have to resist with passion and stand united on this occasion, added Yasin Malik. Meanwhile police today arrested various young girls and boys and lodged them at police station Kotibagh. Arrested were protesting against the apathy that is being done with these contractual teachers who for last four years are serving but getting no salaries from the government. Yasin Malik condemned the police action against these poor fellows. (KNS)
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