Yasin Malik refutes meeting PDP leaders

Yasin Malik refutes meeting PDP leaders
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Calls an attempt to defame JRL

Srinagar: Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik on Thursday strongly refuted and ridiculed the news being circulated by a section of Indian media about his meeting with PDP leaders.
Malik in a statement termed it as desperate attempt of Indian media to gain credibility among Kashmiri masses and create doubts in hearts and minds of Kashmiri people.
Giving the details of what happened at a local restaurant on 30th May, JKLF chairman said that he along with some of his friends went to a restaurant for Iftaar where PDP leader Wahid Parra was already occupying a table with his people including two Srinagar based journalists.
“Waheed Parra, whom we take only as an asset of Indian establishment, tried to say greetings to us as a courtesy. I chose not to answer his greetings. This issue was twisted by social networking and The Print led by Shekhar Gupta,” Malik said.
JKLF chairman said that he has decided to file a defamation case against both “The Print” and “Gulistan TV” for running this malicious fake news.
He said that “India including PDP should know that their frustrated efforts to malign JRL and its leadership will not succeed and as their oppression failed to suppress Kashmiris so shall their vicious campaign of defamation fail too”.
“PDP and BJP alliance should know that their “talk’s drama” will yield them nothing and every tactic used by them to weaken or defeat Kashmiri resistance movement will fail,” JKLF chairman said.
He said, “As I have been on the forefront in exposing oppressive tactics of PDP and its allies and have many a times refused to meet Indian envoys, Delhi with its biased media has started a malicious campaign against me. This campaign of spreading fake news about meeting credible people is in fact a desperate attempt by PDP to gain some sought of credibility among people of Kashmir.”
“People of Kashmir are mature enough to understand these tactics of Indian polity and hence these efforts will also fail,” said Malik.