SRINAGAR: Chairman Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Muhammad Yasin Malik, was discharged from hospital on Saturday.
“His (Malik’s) fever is under control, but due to severe infection, doctors have put him on antibiotics for the next 45 days. He has been advised to undergo more cardiac and urology tests the next week,” a party spokesman said in a statement issued here.
Malik condemned the attack on Karwani Islami chief Ghulam Rasool Hami and termed it as “unfortunate”.
Echoing the similar views and calling the attack as “intolerable”, Chairman Democratic Freedom Party (DFP), Shabir Ahmad Shah said, “The hooliganism and highhandedness by elements promoting alcohol and the attack on the honourable personality (Hami), who wants to put an end to such filthy thing, cannot be tolerated in any way.”
“While we are struggling for political rights in the state, we also want to free the “Valley of Saints” from things like alcohol,” Shah said in a statement on Saturday. He also extended full support to the campaign demanding ban on alcohol.
“We also warn the elements promoting this ‘evil’ to refrain from resorting to cheap tactics of attacking the respectable personalities and destroying our youths,” Shah said.