Human Rights Day: Yasin Malik goes into hiding

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SRINAGAR: Police from last evening has raided various places to arrest JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik who has gone into hiding to lead a peaceful march towards UN observers’ office at Sonwar Srinagar on December 10, the international human rights day, a statement issued by the JKLF said.

“Police last evening raided the residence of JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik twice,” the statement said. “Besides they raided the residence of JKLF vice chairman advocate Bashir Ahmad Butt at at Chanapora to arrest him.” The statement said the Police have arrested JKLF district president Islamabad Muhammad Ishaaq Ganiae and JKLF vice president Kulgam Assadullah Sheikh also from their houses. It

The statement alleged the rulers have even choked every little space in Jammu Kashmir and as soon as any protest program is announced by JRL, police tramples every democratic norm.

On JRL call, JKLF said its activists along with people from every walk of life staged a peaceful protest against US decision declaring Jerusalem as capital of Israel.  Displaying placards in favour of Palestinian people and against US move, and raising slogans against US decision of declaring Jerusalem as capital of Israel, protestors marched towards Budshah Chowk in Lal Chowk where they sat on a peaceful sit-in. The speakers termed the US move as a declaration of war against whole Muslim world.

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