Malik still in central jail Sgr


SRINAGAR: Chairman Jam­mu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Ma­lik who was arrested by police on 20th June 2016 and was im­mediately shifted to central jail Srinagar is still languishing in Srinagar central jail. 

From last three days his law­yers and friends have been ap­proaching Tehsildar Srinagar south but using delaying tactics Tehsildar has till now even de­nied to listen the case.

According to a statement issued to KNS, Yasin Malik was arrested by police on 20th June 2016 at 10:30 am. 

He was first shifted to police sta­tion Kothibagh and after one and a half hour was shifted to Sri­nagar central jail. Before being shifted he was not presented be­fore any magistrate or Tehsildar but ironically Tehsildar Srinagar south who has ordered to shift him to central jail in his order has written that Yasin Malik was presented before him in person and as no one was to give his bail and he also refused to fill person­al bonds he is being shifted to jail.

This order of Tehsildar is based on a blatant lie and advocates malice as Yasin Malik was nev­er produced before him neither did Yasin Malik ever refused to take bail. This order based on a blatant lie shows how Tehsil­dars practically work under po­lice SHO’s in Kashmir. 

While strongly condemning this nexus between police and tehsil­dars and lawlessness practiced by them, JKLF incarcerated chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik said that police and Teh­sildars are practically raping law and justice in Kashmir. He said that a person is arrested and not produced before any magistrate but gets an order of imprisonment and even having being produced before the court. 

Yasin Malik said that he had personally written a letter to chief justice of Jammu Kash­mir high court in this regard but unfortunately there also such kind of a decision came that actually vindicated this lawlessness and Policegiri. 


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