‘Unethical bond responsible for ongoing oppression’
SRINAGAR: Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik currently lodged in central jail on a judicial remand, was Sunday brought to Khyber hospital Srinagar for medical checkups.
A JKLF statement issued here said that medical examinations before his arrest on July 3 had revealed that his “artificial heart valve gradient” was not functioning properly. He is also diagnosed of kidney ailments.
Malik was sent back to central jail after the check up.
In a press release issued from the hospital, Malik condemned the “ongoing oppression” across Kashmiri valley and termed it as an outcome of “unethical marriage bond between so-called Kashmiri ruling regime with fascist Nagpur mindset”.
Malik said that PDP which used to propagate so-called self rule and life with dignity for Jammu Kashmir, after its bond with RSS have forgot every slogan and shun the ideas it was propagating “only to hoodwink people of Jammu Kashmir”.
He said that soon after assuming power, PDP “came to its true colors”.
Terming restrictions, curfew, blanket ban on internet, arresting hundreds across the valley and banning congregational prayers and mornings on Burhan day, as dreadful dictatorship in the garb of so-called democracy, Malik said that the way pellets, bullets, tear and pepper gas shells and cane-charging have been used against common people was “an ample proof of the frustration, so-called rulers and occupational authorities are suffering from”.
“How long will these succeed in suppressing peoples voices by military and police might and how can these stop a people’s march towards freedom,” Malik asked.
Meanwhile JKLF zonal president Noor Muhammad Kalwal along with zonal organizer Bashir Ahmad Kashmiri and Ghulam Muhammad Dar visited SMHS hospital and met with the people who sustained injuries at various places on Saturday.