In occupied Kashmir, the illegally detained Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Muhammad Yasin Malik, was brought to a hospital in Srinagar and was later shifted back to central jail after medical checkups despite his ailing health.
According to media sources, a JKLF spokesman said that Muhammad Yasin Malik was brought to Modern Hospital in Srinagar where senior heart surgeon, Doctor Anil Bhan, examined him. He said that Yasin Malik’s artificial heart valve is not functioning properly and has developed some faults. He said, doctor has advised the JKLF chief to go for further medical examinations to ascertain and diagnose the exact position of the heart valve.
It is to mention here that from a month or so, Yasin Malik is not feeling well and is constantly feeling pain and stress in his heart area. He has spent more than half of previous year in jails and police stations and even now when he was not well he was immediately shifted back to Srinagar central jail after medical checkups.
Meanwhile, a JKLF delegation comprising Siraj-ud-Din Mir, Gulzar Ahmed Pahalwan, Muhammad Ramzan Sofi, Molvi Abdul Rashid, Ali Muhammad, Abdul Rehman Gojri and others visited Arwah area of Beerwah in Budgam district and expressed solidarity with the family of a youth, Tanveer Ahmed Wani. The youth was martyred on Friday in the firing of Indian Army on peaceful protesters in Beerwah.
On the other hand, a delegation from Aanchar Soura in Srinagar visited the JKLF office and narrated the horrible stories of the reign of terror unleashed by Indian police and paramilitary troops in the area. The delegation said that the forces’ personnel were conducting house raids during night hours on daily basis and terrorizing the innocent people. They said that the people of the area were even being barred to move outside. The JKLF strongly condemned these atrocities of the forces’ personnel.