Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik appealed the international conscience, human rights organizations and civil societies to shun their careless attitude and try to save people of Jammu and Kashmir from oppressive behavior of Indian rulers. Yasin Malik referring the behavior of Indian rulers said that a place where people are hanged on the pretext of satisfying collective conscience one cannot expect justice and equal treatment.
After discharging form Hospital Yasim Malik condemned slapping of sedition charges on SAR Geelani. “Slapping charges of sedition on a teacher like SAR Geelani and students of JNU shows how biased the rulers are. Being a Muslim and a Kashmiri is a crime in the eyes of authorities, rulers and their police and this is evident from these recent events also,” said in a statement.
Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik was Saturday discharged from a private hospital after being treated for severe infection and fever. Doctors have advised him to take anti-biotics for at least 45 days, a JKLF spokesman said.
JKLF spokesman added that Yasin Malik was discharged from hospital after seven days. “Though his fever is in control now but due to high infection, doctors have put him on high antibiotics for next 45 days. Doctors have also advised him to go for some medical examinations for heart and urology next week,” he said.
Malik appealed to international conscience, human rights organizations and civil societies to shun their careless attitude and try to save people from oppressive behavior of rulers.
The JKLF chief also condemned the attack on Karwan-e-Islmai patron Moulana Ghulam Rasool Hami. Meanwhile a JKLF delegation led by vice chairman advocate Bashir Ahmad Butt visited Pulwama and expressed solidarity with the bereaved families of Shaista Hameed, Danish Farooq and Aadil Ahmad Wagay.