‘Instead of admitting in Soura, Malik shifted to Central Jail’

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Srinagar: Incarcerated JKLF chairman, Muhammad Yasin Malik was Thursday again brought to a private hospital for medical checkup after he felt ill in the central jail Srinagar.

“Malik was brought to a private hospital at Chanepora where doctors advised police officials to admit him at SKIMS Soura,” a JKLF spokesman said.

However, Malik was instead returned to the central jail where is undergoing detention, he said.

Pertinently, Malik is not keeping well since his arrest in July this year.

Octogenarian Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Malik are spearheading the ongoing uprising.

Malik, Shabir Shah and Mirwaiz are undergoing detention in jails while as Geelani has been placed under house detention. (CNS)

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