Malik accuses Govt of booking minors under PSA
Srinagar, May 2: Chairman of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Muhammad Yasin Malik on Monday alleged that the government was booking minors under the Public Safety Act (PSA).
“A minor Majid Khan, 15, son of Muhammad Afzal Khan of Sariabala, Srinagar, who is presently lodged in Kot Balwal Jail was booked under PSA ,” Malik said in a statement.
He urged the Amnesty International, Asia Watch and other human rights organizations to take the cognizance of the plight of innocent detainees and take effective steps for their protection.
Meanwhile, a JKLF delegation led by Malik visited the family of the SRTC driver Ghulam Jeelani Bhat of Shalimar, killed in stone pelting incident at Azad Gunj in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district last week, he expressed sympathies with the bereaved family.
Speaking on the occasion, Malik said, “Our land has once again been hued with the blood of our youth.”
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