Kashmir Separatist Yasin Malik Demands Death Penalty, Verdict Soon

Kashmir Separatist Yasin Malik Demands Death Penalty, Verdict Soon

The National Investigation Agency has previously pleaded guilty to all charges, including those under the Strict Anti-Illegal Act (UAPA), in terrorist funding cases, convicted Kashmir separatist leader Yasin Malik. Requested the death penalty. A court in Delhi today announces a verdict on the amount of punishment in this case.

The proceedings are over and the court verdicts today at 3:30 pm. The defense demanded life imprisonment instead of the death penalty.

“I was arrested within 30 minutes of meeting Bruhan Crocodile. India allowed me to make a statement because Atal Biharley Vajpai assigned me a passport and I was not a criminal. “I did,” Yasin Malik said in court.

The judge said no proceedings had been filed against Yasin Malik before this.

The NIA demanded the maximum punishment under Article 121 (War against the Government), the death penalty in this case. The minimum punishment is life imprisonment.