SRINAGAR: Yasin Malik, a Kashmiri freedom fighter who has been in Indian custody for a long time, has said that he would accept the death sentence handed down by an Indian court and would not beg for life.
False terrorism funding case against Kashmiri freedom fighter Yasin Malik being heard in Indian court.
According to Indian media, the verdict in the case against freedom fighter Kashmiri leader Yasin Malik will be announced in a New Delhi court shortly and Yasin Malik has been taken to a New Delhi court under tight security.
Kashmiri Hurriyat leader Yasin Malik in a statement to an Indian court said that he had been following Gandhi’s principles for decades.
Yasin Malik said that if Indian intelligence proved my involvement in any terrorist activity, he would quit politics.
An Indian court had on May 19 indicted Yasin Malik in a fake terrorism funding case and set a May 25 date for sentencing.