India sentences Yasin Malik to life imprisonment in concocted cases

The Indian court has sentenced the illegally detained Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik to life imprisonment in concocted cases to punish him for his leading role in the ongoing movement for Jammu and Kashmir’s freedom from India.

According to media reports, the special Judge of India’s notorious National Investigation Agency (NIA), Praveen Singh, officially convicted the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik on May 19 in manifestly dubious and motivated cases registered against him over three decades ago and fixed hearing today for announcing the quantum of the sentence.

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The Indian Supreme Court has already announced that life imprisonment means that the detained person will be kept in jail till he is alive.

Yasin Malik had told the court earlier that he was not contesting the charges leveled against him under various sections of draconian law, Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA), and Indian Penal Code including waging war against India as he did not have trust in the Indian judiciary. He was arrested by Indian police from his residence in Srinagar in February 2019.

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