SrinagarThe state government Friday set free JKLF Chairman Yasin Malik sending a clear signal that it was not averse to Joint Resistance Leadership traveling to Delhi on Saturday.
Malik was released from the Central Jail in Srinagar where he was lodged a day earlier after his arrest.
With his release, the state government has made its intensions clear that it would allow the separatist leaders to leave for New Delhi to court arrest at the NIA headquarters.
Kashmir police chief SP Vaid said the separatists would be allowed to move to New Delhi.
We have released all of them. If they move to Delhi, the situation in Kashmir will become normal, media reports quoted DGP Vaid as saying
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