‘Unacceptable!’: India slams OIC over remarks on Yasin Malik’s life sentence

‘Unacceptable!’: India slams OIC over remarks on Yasin Malik’s life sentence

Following remarks by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on fear based oppressor Yasin Malik’s lifelong incarceration, India hammered the association on Friday and said that it tracks down the remarks “inadmissible”. Service of External Affairs representative Arindam Bagchi said that Malik’s fear based oppressor exercises have been archived and introduced in court.

Answering media questions on the remarks made by OIC-IPHRC on the judgment of NIA Court in regards to Yasin Malik, Bagchi said India finds the remarks unsuitable.

“India finds unsatisfactory the remarks made by OIC-IPHRC today condemning India for the judgment on account of Yasin Malik. Through these remarks, OIC-IPHRC has verifiably communicated help for the psychological militant exercises of Yasin Malik, which were recorded and introduced in the Court. The world looks for no resilience of psychological oppression and we encourage OIC not to legitimize it in any way,” Bagchi said.

India said the association verifiably communicated help for the psychological oppressor exercises. India encouraged OIC not to legitimize psychological oppression in any way, saying the world looks for zero-resilience against the menace.The National Investigation Agency (NIA) court on Wednesday granted life detainment to Yasin Malik, a rebel from Jammu and Kashmir, in a dread financing case.

The NIA court while condemning life detainment to Malik likewise forced a fine of Rs 10 lakh. He was condemned to life detainment two times. NIA had looked for capital punishment for the nonconformist chief who was indicted on May 19.