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Human rights violations: Unfair trial of Yasin Malik in India, plot of judicial murder

Srinagar: All political, religious, and human rights organizations have strongly condemned the unfair trial of Yasin Malik and Modi’s leg government plotting another judicial murder.

According to the international media and statements of some political figures at social media all have unveiled the dirty face of Indian government and exposed the Indian judicial system being used as a state instrument to silence the voices of innocent Kashmiris. Yasin Malik, the chief of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), and all other Hurriyat leaders have been illegally detained by India in a jail in New Delhi for the past several years.

Indian Court has convicted Yasin Malik in a 30-year old concocted case. International media has termed the Indian illegal action as political vendetta. The filing of all these cases against the leading pro-freedom leader has forced many in the disputed region to fear that the Indian state has already decided to “sign his death warrant”.

Tufail Raja, lawyer representing Malik in the NIA’s “terror funding” case, alleged that cases are being fabricated against him. Raja said that Malik has decided that if the government does not offer him a fair trial, he will boycott it. Human Rights groups in IIOJK have also accused the Indian government of being unfair towards Malik. It is a public knowledge that how Indian government in 1984 judicially murdered JKLF founder Maqbool Bhat by sending him to the gallows. People in the IIOJK fear Malik is next in line to be “judicially murdered” by India’s right-wing government to further their political gains. In a statement issued following  Malik’s conviction, Pakistan Foreign Office called the development “highly reprehensible” and said that the “fictitious charges” against him were not only in defiance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) but also attempted to make “conjectural insinuations about Pakistan”.

PM AJK condemned Malik’s unilateral trial by a “kangaroo court” in India, two days after the incarcerated JKLF chairman was virtually coerced into pleading guilty in a fabricated and politically motivated case of terrorism filed by the notorious NIA. Another British Parliamentarian Lord Qurban Hussain said that Malik is a “prominent Kashmiri leader, who has a huge following in the UK as well, Hussain claimed that Kashmiris suspect the Indian government wants to get rid of him too”. “His life is in real danger”. Web Desk


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