Pakistan summoned India’s deputy ambassador to the External Affairs Ministry on Friday and submitted a letter of objection expressing Islamabad’s concern over the deteriorating health condition of Kashmiri separatist leader Yasin Malik. Malik, detained in Delhi’s Tihar prison, went on an indefinite hunger strike on July 22. Malik wants the government to allow him to physically appear in a court in Jammu to hear Rubaiya Saeed’s kidnapping case, but the Indian government has not allowed it. Malik is a defendant in this case.
The leader of the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) was admitted to the Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital in the capital Delhi on Wednesday after fluctuating blood pressure. The Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the Indian diplomat had been informed of Pakistan’s deep dismay at the latest move by Indian officials in two other fabricated fake deals around events that took place at least ago three decades.
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His health deteriorated after going on a hunger strike
He said: “A letter addressed to the Prime Minister of India on behalf of Mushaal Hussain Malik, wife of Yasin Malik, was also delivered to the Deputy Ambassador. The letter calls for immediate release from prison given her husband’s condition. The letter said Malik’s health had deteriorated since his decision to go on a hunger strike earlier this month.
The court sentenced Malik to life imprisonment
In May, a Delhi court sentenced Malik, a top separatist leader in Jammu and Kashmir, to life imprisonment, saying the criminal’s intent was to strike at the heart of the idea of India and to forcibly separate Jammu and Kashmir from the Union of India. The Foreign Ministry statement said that given the urgency of the situation and the rapid deterioration of Malik’s health indicators, the Indian government urged the Indian government to provide him with immediate medical care, his immediate release from prison, to revoke his deceptive sentence. , and continue. All other cases were urged to stand down.