Malik’s health conditions deteriorate in police custody, says JKLF
Srinagar: Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Muhammad Yasin Malik was on Thursday taken to Doctor Kuroo’s clinic here after his health conditions deteriorated in police custody, a spokesman said.
JKLF spokesman in a statement issued here said that the health condition of Malik who is in police custody, has deteriorated considerably and from yesterday evening he was feeling harsh pain in his stomach.
“Police took him to Doctor Khuroo’s clinic and after investigation he was diagnosed with severe intestinal infection. He has been put on high antibiotics by the Doctor and advised to take soft meals and complete rest,” the spokesman said, adding that after doctors’ advice, he has been again shifted to police station Maisuma.
JKLF spokesman while expressing serious concern over the failing health of JKLF chairman has said that “putting Malik behind bars has become a daily routine and especially from last four years he has spent most of his time in police stations and jails and this has taken a heavy toll on his health and wellbeing.”
“The rulers and their parties in Kashmir are talking of high morals and democracy but when it comes to practicing democracy and allowing political dissent, they become like Hitler’s and Mussolini and kill, maim, jail everyone who tries to raise his or her voice,” he said.
JKLF appealed the people to pray for Yasin and other inmates.
JKLF has strongly condemned the shifting of youth namely Juwaiz Ahmad Khan, Iqbal Ahmad and Faisal Ahmad who are under trail in DSP killing case to Hiranagar jail and termed this as ‘most condemnable act of oppressors’.
“These young boys who have been framed in a concocted case where lodged at Pulwama sub-jail and have been shifted to Hira-Nagar jail without informing their families,” JKLF said.
Meanwhile, a high level JKLF delegation comprising of JKLF vice chairman Advocate Bashir Ahmad Butt, district president Islamabad Muhammad Ishaaq Ganie and others today visited Sangam and Srigufwara and met with the bereaved families of Doctor Sabzar Ahmad and Asif Ahmad Gojri and expressed solidarity with them.
While paying tributes to slain militants, JKLF delegation said that “rulers and forces are choking every little space on peaceful political resistance and forcing these young educated youth to choose the way of ultimate sacrifice.”
“A nation whose sons are being massacred cannot strengthen the blood soaked hands of killers and murderers in any way and that the nation of Jammu and Kashmir will always remember these sacrifices and continue its struggle for freedom till the sacred goal is achieved,” he said.