The Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, Muhammad Yasin Malik is unwell in Tihar jail, New Delhi and his health condition is has deteriorated. This has been told to Kashmiri Media Service, correspondent in new Delhi by a person who recently met his relative in Tihar jail.
The JKLF Chairman was arrested on February 22, 2019 from Srinagar and later shifted to Kot Bhalwal Jail after being booked under draconian law, Public Safety Act. On the other hand, The occupied Kashmir completed a full month under the siege of brutal Indian forces where unrelenting communications blackout and curfew have brought the normal life to a grinding halt with markets continue to remain shut and public transport is off the roads.
The Kashmir valley and five districts of Jammu region have no contact with the rest of the world due to curfew, suspension of internet, mobile and landline phones and closure of TV channels. India imposed the clampdown after scrapping Jammu and Kashmir’s special status on August 5.
Since August 5, over 11,000 political leaders and workers have been placed under house arrest or in jails. A good number of young boys as old as 12 years of age have been picked up by the occupational forces during night raids and shifted to unknown locations. The family members of the abducted youth are unaware of the fate and whereabouts of their dear ones.
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