The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation front Chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik along with 125 others were released on Monday from different jails of the valley, while as 26 of the activists continue to be under custody at the close of the front’s Jail Bharo Tehreek.
According to the statement, around 200 people courted arrest during 10 day long Jail Bharo Tehreek. Malik and others who were in Srinagar central jail were first presented before court and after wards released.
While talking on the occasion Malik congratulated JKLF leaders, activists, district bodies apart from Javed Ahmad Mir (JKLF) and Shabir Ahmad Dar (Muslim conference) for actively participating in this peaceful protest and making it a success.
Malik said that the efforts in regard with the prisoners will continue and future program will be announced in a press conference on January 16, 2013, Wednesday.