Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chief, Muhammad Yasin Malik, on Saturday, met PhD scholar Gulzar Ahmad Wani at his residence in Tapper Pattan. Wani was acquitted from incarceration after 16 long years.
Malik was accompanied by zonal president Noor Muhammad Kalwal, zonal senior vice president Muhammad Yasin Butt, zonal organizer Bashir Ahmad Kashmiri and district president Baramullah Abdul Rashid Magloo.
On meeting the scholar, Malik congratulated him on his release and said that the ordeal he has gone through is part of the Kashmiri resistance history.
On this occasion, Malik took a dig at the government and said that they have ruined the careers of our students as on a daily basis various colleges and schools are shut down in the name of law and order.
He said, “We want to ask the authorities why are they not talking about students and education now, the way they were in November last year while conducting forced examinations. Last year the resistance camp was being blamed for ruining the education and careers of the youth.”