Srinagar: While reacting to the recent notice from Enforcement Directorate, Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik on Tuesday said he is always ready for any public accountability and scrutiny
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has summoned Malik and a Srinagar based couple in an alleged forex violation case dating back to 2001.
“It is a ploy to intimidate resistance camp in Jammu and Kashmir and settle political vendetta. Heirs of Maqbool Butt cherish incarcerations, and intimidating them by so-called notices can only be termed as naiveté,” Malik said in a statement issued here.
“If anyone proves any property in my name other than that I inherited from my parents,” he said, “I will publicly apologise and take retirement from politics.”
“We the heirs of martyrs want to tell New Delhi that do what you can and wish, open the doors of jails as we value these hardships,” said Malik.