The NIA has requested a particular court docket in Delhi to condemn Yasin Malik, chief of the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Entrance, to dying for waging conflict towards the nation.
The indictment alleges that Yasin Malik was behind a number of terrorist assaults on safety personnel and locals within the Kashmir Valley in 2016–17. Terrorist teams equivalent to Lashkar-e-Taiba, Hizbul Mujahideen, the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Entrance and Jaish-e-Muhammad have launched assaults within the valley with the assistance of ISI. For this, Yasin Malik and his co-accused raised enormous sums of cash by means of hawala transactions from inside and out of doors the nation.
The NIA has additionally accused Yasin Malik of being concerned in a conspiracy to hold out assaults equivalent to throwing stones at safety forces, setting hearth to colleges and destroying public property. Nonetheless, Yasin Malik claimed that he had deserted the trail of violence in 1994 and was following the Gandhian path.
Backlash towards peace strikes: Gupta alliance
The Gupta alliance is nervous that the NIA court docket’s verdict sentencing Yasin Malik to life imprisonment may backfire on efforts to revive peace in Jammu and Kashmir. The court docket order additional complicates the uncertainty within the area.
The triumph of the BJP and a few corporate-media shops over the court docket ruling will solely make issues worse. A spokesman for the Gupta alliance, Mohammed Youssef Tarigami, stated in an announcement that Yasin Malik must be given a possibility to take all authorized motion, together with an attraction.
Protests erupted in lots of elements of Srinagar following the court docket ruling. Police used tear fuel to disperse the group. Debt markets had been closed in lots of elements of Srinagar.
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