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India on Friday said comments of the organization of The Organization of Islamic Cooperation criticizes the ruling in Yassin Malik’s case was rejected.

In a statement to the Ministry of external affairs (MEA) said through her comments on The issue Independent Permanent Human Rights Commission (IPHRC) of The Organization of the Islamic Conference “tacitly crossed support for terrorist activities of Yassin Malik documented and submitted in court.”

“The world Seek zero disparity of “Terrorism and we urge the Organization of the Islamic Conference not to justify it in any way,” the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.

Owner who have pleaded guilty for terror Financing crimes, sentenced to life imprisonment in jail By Patiala House Court in Delhi on Wednesday. Malik is convicted of terror Financing and Propagation of Terrorism and Separatist Activities in the valley in 2017.

Hours ago, the Islamic group’s human rights wing denounced the condemnation of Malik, stating that it reflects “systematic Indian prejudice and persecution.” of Kashmiri Muslims”.

“OIC – Independent Commission for Human Rights condemns unlawful conviction of Prominent Kashmiri politician Mr. Yasin Malik (sic) on Fabricated charges after a sham trial in India.”

“Such works of flagrant violations of human rights against Innocent Kashmiris aim to deprive the Kashmiris of their legitimate right to self-determination. It’s not just a farce of Indian justice but also Claims revealed of democracy.”

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Organization of Islamic Cooperation from its website official social media Dealing also Share a series of Tweets in This connection, while urging international community to me ensure that ‘legal’ struggle of Kashmiris for perception of Their rights should not be equal with terrorism.”

He. She also resume government of India releases “unjustly imprisoned” Kashmiri leaders.

“The general secretarial of the organization of The Organization of Islamic Cooperation expresses its deep concern over pronunciation of mad rule for one of The most prominent Kashmiri leader Mr. Yasin Malik, who It was leading peaceful freedom struggle for many decades.”


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