JKLF leaders still in custody
Malik condemns assault on students
Srinagar: Chairman JKLF Muhammad Yasin Malik has strongly condemned the prolonged incarceration of JKLF Zonal President Noor Muhammad Kalwal, deputy chief organizer Siraj Ud din Mir and district president Baramulla, Abdul Rashid Magloo who are languishing in police station Kothibagh, Police station Kreeri and sub jail Baramulla respectively.
A JKLF spokesman said that Noor Muhammad Kalwal was arrested by police on 6th April 2018, at Maisuma, Siraj ud din Mir was arrested in a nocturnal raid by police at his residence Karhama Tangmarg on 2nd April 2018, while as Abdul Rashid Magloo was arrested from his residence on 29th March 2018.
Noor Muhammad Kalwal was bailed out by court yesterday but as he stepped outside central jail Srinagar, he was re-arrested by Miasma police and presented before court today which has extended his police custody till 23rd April 2018, the spokesman said. Similarly the judicial remand of incarcerated Siraj ud din Mir and Abdul Rashid Magloo has also been extended till 23rd April 2018.
While condemning this police highhandedness against peaceful political activists and leaders, JKLF chairman has said that on one hand rulers and their authorities brag about giving space to peaceful political activities but on the other hand these people are trying every foul tactic to choke every little space for political leaders and activists.
While condemning the assault on students in Sopore, Anantnag, Pulwama, Bandipora and at many other places in Kashmir in which many students including girl students have sustained injuries, JKLF chairman said that trigger happy forces and police only know to kill and injure people.
Meanwhile, JKLF chairman has paid rich tributes to S. Hameed on his martyrdom anniversary, the spokesman said.