Court sends illegally detained Chairman JKLF on 4-day police remand
In Occupied Kashmir, a court has sent the illegally detained Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, Muhammad Yasin Malik, to four days police remand after Indian police brought false charges of attempt to murder against him and his associates.
The police also slapped several other charges on the JKLF Chairman and seven of his associates.
Yasin Malik was leading the march participated by scores of people including women and youth who wore shrouds with “Indian army kills us all” painted over.
Meanwhile, the High Court Bar Association of Occupied Kashmir in a statement in Srinagar strongly condemned the arrest of Muhammad Yasin Malik and his associates and implicating them on false charges after they were granted bail.
It also appreciated the United Nations Human Rights Council, Amnesty International and Organization of Islamic Cooperation, for showing their concern over the killing, blinding and maiming of innocent people of Kashmir.