Police Chargesheets Malik, Aga for Raising Anti-India Slogans in 2010

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Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Police on Saturday presented chargesheet against two senior separatist leaders for raising ‘anti-India slogans’ in the year 2010.

Chargesheet was presented against JKLF Supremo Muhammad Yasin Malik and Anjuman-e-Sharie Shiyan leader Aga Syed Hassan who according to police raised anti-India slogans at a public rally in Inderkoot village of Sumbal in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district in the year 2010.

An FIR 278/2010 under section 188, 353 RPC was registered against two separatist leaders on Saturday, police sources said.

“Police presented the chargesheet before the Munsif Court Sumbal on Saturday”, reports said.

Malik and Aga Syed were booked by the Sumbal police in 2010 for holding pro-independence rallies and gatherings in the Inderkoot area of Sumbal town.

Malik is currently lodged in New Delhi’s Tihar Jail.

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