Separatist Yasin Malik sentenced to life imprisonment in a terrorist financing case

Separatist Yasin Malik sentenced to life imprisonment in a terrorist financing case

Kashmir’s separatist leader Yasin Malik was sentenced to life imprisonment today by a special court in Delhi. The National Investigation Agency demanded the death penalty, the largest punishment, and the defense sought life imprisonment. “We were sentenced to two life imprisonments and five ten-year imprisonments, all of which were executed at the same time. We were also fined more than 100,000 rupees,” said Umesh Sharma, a lawyer. rice field. Various cases are subject to various imprisonment and fines. Yasin Malik now has the option to appeal against the High Court ruling.

Malik had previously pleaded guilty to all charges in terrorist financing cases, including those under the Strict Anti-illegal Act (UAPA). A special NIA court in Delhi has issued a verdict on the amount of punishment in this case.

At the hearing, Malik argued why the Indian government, led by Atal Biharley Vajpai, gave him a passport and allowed him to travel and speak around the world if he was a criminal.

Malik also said he has followed Mahatma Gandhi’s principles since he abandoned his weapons in 1994. “Since then, I have been in Kashmir for non-violent politics,” he said.

He even asked Indian intelligence to point out if he had been involved in terrorist activity or violence in the last 28 years. “I will retire from politics and hanging,” he added.