Malik Sent On Police Remand For 14 Days

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SRINAGAR : Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chief, Muhammad Yasin Malik, was on Wednesday brought to Srinagar court after the completion of his 12 day remand.

According to a JKLF statement, Malik who has been in central Jail Srinagar from last 12 days was today presented before 2nd additional sessions judge who extended his remand for 14 more days and ordered to sent him to Srinagar central jail.

The statement said that the amalgam chief was immediately shifted back to central jail after court hearing.

Meanwhile, the spokesperson quoted that JKLF chief as saying, “A reign of terror has been unleashed in Kashmir and killing with impunity and jailing young and old has become an order of the day.”

He said that all this ‘oppression’ is going on to make the “Indian election drama’ a success and all pro-India politicians, their political parties and the rulers are directly involved in these killings and other ‘oppressive measures’.

 

 

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