Terror case: Yasin Malik confesses his crime before NIA court

New Delhi : Kashmiri separatist leader Yasin Malik has been convicted before a special NIA court on all charges including UAPA, criminal conspiracy, waging war against the country and other illegal activities in connection with a terror case. Peace in the Valley. According to sources, he told the court on Tuesday that he could not […]
 


Terror case: Yasin Malik confesses his crime before NIA court

New Delhi : Kashmiri separatist leader Yasin Malik has been convicted before a special NIA court on all charges including UAPA, criminal conspiracy, waging war against the country and other illegal activities in connection with a terror case. Peace in the Valley.

According to sources, he told the court on Tuesday that he could not contest the charges against him, including sections 16 (terrorist act), 17 (raising funds for terrorist act), 18 (conspiracy to commit terroristic act), and 20. Had been. (being a member of a terrorist gang or organization) Section 120-B (criminal conspiracy) of the UAPA and Section 124-A (Sedition) of the Indian Penal Code.

Special Judge Praveen Singh will hear arguments on May 19 regarding the quantum of punishment for the offenses levied against Malik, with the maximum punishment being life imprisonment.

Kashmiri separatist leaders including Yasin Malik, Shabir Shah, Masarat Alam, former MLA Rashid Engineer, businessman Zahoor Ahmed Shah Watali, Bitta Karate, Aftab Ahmed Shah, Avtar Ahmed Shah, Naeem Khan, Bashir Ahmed Bhat, alias Peer Saifullah and many others Huh. Charges have also been framed for criminal conspiracy, waging war against the country and other illegal activities.

In the March 16 order, NIA Special Judge Praveen Singh had said: “The analysis shows that the statements of the witnesses and the documentary evidence linked almost all the accused with each other and with a common object of separation, by equality of means Is. They were to use their close links with terrorist/terrorist organizations under the guidance and funding of the Pakistani establishment.”

Notably, the court has acquitted three Kamran Yusuf, Javed Ahmed Bhatt and Syed Asiya Firdous Andrabi.

The cases related to various terrorist organizations Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Hizbul-Mujahideen (HM), Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) and Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) backed by Islamic State were terrorist and separatist. Activities troubling Jammu and Kashmir