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JKLF calls for shutdown to protest Yasin Malik’s conviction in militant financing case

The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front has called for a shutdown after its incarcerated chief Mohammad Yasin Malik was convicted in a militant financing case in which he pleaded guilty before a court in New Delhi.

In a statement, the pro-freedom group condemned what it called the political victimization of Malik by the Indian government.

“JKLF appeals to people in Jammu and Kashmir to observe complete shutdown on Tuesday, 24th May, and people in AJK-GB and abroad to hold protests on 24 and 25 May,” the statement read.

Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front appealed to the people, in and outside Jammu Kashmir, to show their solidarity with Yasin Malik by holding protests, rallies, demonstrations, sit-ins.

“People must observe shutdown against Indian judiciary who on the directions of government of India have falsely and unfairly pleaded Yasin Malik guilty in fabricated, concocted and politically motivated cases leveled against him by infamous Indian Investigative Agency NIA,” the statement read.

The JKLF acting chairman Raja Haqnawaz Khan in the statement said: “In order to show their solidarity with the beloved leader, and to express their anger and dismay over the Indian undemocratic approach towards the jailed pro-freedom leader, the business and transport-related people are specially requested to make this call a success.”

JKLF’s acting chairman has directed the party cadre of JKLF,g spread all over the world, to make these programs successful.

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