JKLF Chief Condemns Ongoing Crackdown on Kashmiri Students in Delhi



JKLF chief Yasin Malik admitted in Florence Hospital Srinagar.
JKLF chief Yasin Malik admitted in Florence Hospital Srinagar.

The incarcerated JKLF chief Mohammad Yasin Malik who is admitted at Florence Hospital Thursday strongly condemned the ongoing crackdown of Delhi police on Kashmiri students and has termed it as unacceptable.

While condemning the nocturnal raids and harassment of Kashmiri Students in Delhi and other cities of India, Malik said that this has been an old habit of Indian rulers and their authorities to harass Kashmiris and intimidate them.

“This time also police is trying to make Kashmiri students as scapegoats and is hence playing with their careers,” Malik said in a statement.

“Indian rulers and their authorities take Kashmir as their colony and Kashmiris as their slaves therefore it is their practice to harass Kashmiris, abusing, torturing and harassing them and hence ruining their careers.”

Malik warned Indian rulers and their authorities to stop harassing Kashmir students and said that Kashmiris will not tolerate this oppression against Kashmiri students and will launch a full-fledged protest against this.

“Kashmiris have and will resist this kind of Indian terrorization and we want to assure Kashmir students studying in India that whole of Kashmir stand behind them.”

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