India seeks death for jailed Kashmiri leader Yasin Malik
India’s top counter-terrorism investigation agency on Friday again demanded the death sentence for Kashmiri freedom fighter Muhammad Yasin Malik after serving a life sentence, official sources said.
The Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chief, Malik, 57, was sentenced to life in prison last year after refusing to accept a government-appointed lawyer or defend himself against the charges in a terror funding case. was told.
The court rejected the National Investigation Agency’s plea for the death penalty, saying the death penalty is for a crime that “shocks the collective consciousness” of society.
On Friday, the NIA again requested the High Court in New Delhi that Malik be given the death penalty, a senior security official in India’s illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir said. AFP.
The application will be heard on Monday on the legal news website. Bar and bench Reported
Malik was repeatedly jailed, spent 14 years in prison where he claimed he was tortured, and was finally arrested in 2018, after New Delhi revoked the special status of the occupied territory. A few months before imposing a months-long lockdown and communication blackout.