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Yasin Malik condemns Delhi court judge’s remarks against SAR Geelani

‘Discharged from hospital’

Srinagar, Feb 20 (KNS): Ailing JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik has been discharged from hospital after seven days today. 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 more heart and urology tests next week.
After reaching home, Yasin Malik in a statement to KNS condemned the rejection of bail to veteran educationist and social activist professor SAR Geelani by a Delhi court.
Terming the remarks of judge in which he had said that Professor Geelani looks guilty of sedition in Prima facie, Yasin Malik said that these remarks show that judge is not acting like a judge in this case. Instead he is acting like any police or agency officer and has decided to declare Professor Geelani as a convict.
Yasin Malik said that slapping charges of sedition on a teacher like SAR Geelani and students of JNU and now rejection of bail and ugly remarks of judges clearly show the enmity of Indian rulers against Kashmiri Muslims.
He said that being a Muslim and a Kashmiri is a crime in the eyes of Indian authorities, rulers and their police and this is evident from these recent events also. He said that a place where people are hanged on the pretext of satisfying collective conscience one cannot expect justice and equal treatment.
Yasin 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 Indian rulers and their authorities.
Yasin Malik said that Kashmiris will not silently watch this oppression and if this prejudice against SAR Geelani and others is not stopped, Kashmiris will stand against this with a systematic and integrated approach.
Meanwhile a JKLF delegation led by vice chairman advocate Bashir Ahmad Butt and consisting of Muhammad Sideeq Shah and Javed Ahmad Butt on Saturday visited Pulwama and expressed solidarity with the bereaved families of recent martyrs Shaista Hameed, Danish Farooq and Aadil Ahmad Wagay.
Javaid Ahmad Butt while speaking on the occasion said that these martyrs are our heroes who have laid down their lives for the betterment of our tomorrow.
He said that this nation can never forget these sacrifices. Another JKLF delegation comprising of Noor Muhammad Kalwal, Muhammad Yasin Butt and Sheikh Abdul Rashid today visited SMHS hospital and met with the recently injured people who have been injured in police and army action at Pulwama and Islamabad.
Delegation prayed for their speedy recovery. Meanwhile ailing JKLF chairman has strongly condemned the attack on famous religious scholar Moulana Ghulam Rasool Hami who was attacked by some goons recently.
While terming this attack as unfortunate, Yasin sahib thanked Allah almighty for saving Moulana from the ugly attack. (KNS)