Geelani expresses concern over deteriorating health of Yasin Malik

Geelani expresses concern over deteriorating health of Yasin Malik
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Srinagar: Hurriyat (g) chairman, Syed Ali Geelani on Tuesday expressed his serious concern over the deteriorating health condition of incarcerated leader Mohammad Yasin Malik and warned if any untoward happens to him, New Delhi rulers shall have to face the consequences.

In a statement issued here, the spokesman quoted Geelani as saying that, the continued grilling of his elder son Dr. Nayeem Geelani by NIA at New Delhi is highly condemnable.

He said that people all over the world are fighting for their political rights but the state of Jammu & Kashmir is the only exception where the political voices are being crushed with judicial onslaught, registering sedition cases against them through their so-called and biased investigating agencies which are not spearing even family members of the resistance leaders.

By crushing the legitimate movement through its military might, Indian authorities has tried its best to muzzle our voice—but has utterly failed to do so, and no power on earth particularly the Indian might, its brutality can never deter us from our much cherished goal of right to self-determination, he said.

Seriously concerned about the plight of prisoners in and outside jails, All Parties Hurriyat Conference chairman, Syed Ali Geelani said that government of India has waged war against Kashmiries on every front.

Daily killings by “operation all out” has put every conscious individual within the firing range of coercive measures. In the deceitful narrative of hyper nationalism, to pave the way to grab power, Delhi rulers have flooded its prisoners by Kashmiries. They sell their aggressive posture, through their paid media houses to befool their vote bank.

He said that many pro-freedom people are arrested in the name of “Terror Funding”, and are languished in Tihar jail without any legal aid which includes Mohammad Yaseen Malik, Shabir Ahmad Shah, Dr. G. M. Bhat, Altaf Ahmad Shah, Ayaz Akbar, Peer Saifullah, Raja Mehraj-ud-din Kalwal, Nayeem Ahmad Khan, Farooq Ahmad Dar, Shahid-ul-Islam, Syed Shahid Yousuf, Syed Shakeel Ahmad and businessman Zahoor Ahmad Watali. Even the females Syeda Asia Indrabi, Fehmeeda Sofi and Nahida Nasreen are not spared. They too face the wrath of oppression and are lodged in far-flung jails in India particularly Tihar jail.

Hurriyat chairman said that, Indian rulers have themselves made a joke of their so-called democracy and court decisions are influenced by the region and faith of the accused amounting to gross judicial activism, the recent example of which is the rejection of the bail granted by Delhi High Court in favour of Kashmiri businessman Zahoor Ahmad Watali, which was not only surprising but puts a big question mark on the free and fair legal system of World’s so-called largest democracy. Although in past also our people have faced the biased judicial system to satisfy their collective conscious, but recent media outburst of four senior Supreme Court judges, speaks volumes of favoritism and political influence in judiciary.

He said that on one hand Samjota Express bomb blast accused, even after accepting his crime, is bailed out, just because those killed were from a particular religion and region, and on the other hand every conscious Kashmiri, not willing to became the turncoat and stooges of the ruling class, is intimidated, maimed, arrested and even eliminated.

He said that now Srinagar Central Jail also bears a look of Tihar, where relatives of detenues are kept waiting for hours together in name of questioning and frisking and then made to see their loved ones behind the two layer iron net, which is distressing for both prisoners and the relatives particularly kids.

Hurriyat chairman, appealed the international community, prisoner’s rights forums and human rights bodies, to compel Indian authorities to, at least honour and obey their own laws and stop the revengeful attitude towards the political prisoners, he said .

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