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Yasin Malik throwing tantrums to get himself out of jail
5/4/2019 11:12:03 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, May 4: The so-called JKLF chief, Yasin Malik, who remains hyperactive, when he is outside the jail and leaves no opportunity to disrupt peace, has suddenly turned "very sick" at Tihar Jail in New Delhi.
Family members of Malik addressed a news conference in Srinagar on Friday and claimed that "he (Malik) is ailing and won't survive for long."
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "Malik is throwing tantrums to get himself out of the jail. He has realized that old cases about his involvement in various terror crimes have been reopened and the investigating agencies are probing the sources from where he was getting the funds."
He said, "The people whose agenda he (Malik) was carrying forward in Kashmir too stand cornered as Pakistan seems in no mood to own the so-called Kashmiri leaders, whom it nurtured for the past 30-years in Kashmir. The international community has already declared Hafiz Sayeed, Salahuddin and Masood Azhar as global terrorists. Malik had connections with all three of them and it's known to all. Malik had even shared a common stage with his boss Hafiz Sayeed in Pakistan."
A defence expert said that international community has endorsed India's stand vis-à-vis terrorism. "The terrorists have to be dealt with sternly and they can't be allowed to unleash terror anymore. Despite surrendering arms in 1994 Malik has been actively involved in orchestrating street protests, stone pelting and shutdowns in the Valley. He has been also in touch with his bosses sitting across the Line of Control. It was at their behest Malik joined hands with Hurriyat hawk Geelani and Hurriyat dove Mirwaiz and formed the so-called Joint Resistance Leadership in Kashmir," he added.
A politician said, "Malik and company were under the impression that they can get away with anything. The Government of India during all these years just kept on watching the activities of the Pakistani agents and provided them with all the possible space to carry on with their anti-national agenda. Had these Pak stooges been taken to task earlier they would not have caused so much of damage."
He said that trials against Malik in courts were put in a "cold storage" and there was no follow up on the cases which were pending against him. "The GoI has put him in Tihar jail for the crimes he had committed and he was committing till the recent past. His excuse that he is not well and won't survive for long has no takers," the politician said.
Its in place to mention here that last week Jammu and Kashmir High Court had rejected Malik's plea to transfer his cases about his involvement in killing of Indian Air Force personnel on Srinagar outskirts in early nineties and Rubiya Sayeed abduction case to Srinagar. Now both the cases would be heard in Jammu and if he is found guilty he (Malik ) would have to stay for long in the jail. "In 1990 JKLF was also involved in the killings of innocent Kashmiri Pandits following which they had to leave the Valley," said an analyst.
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