After Dropping Weapons, I Have Followed Principles Of Mahatma Gandhi: Yasin Malik

“After dropping weapons, I have followed the principles of Mahatma Gandhi. Since then, I have been following non-violent politics in Kashmir,” Yasin Malik said in court today, hours before a special National Investigation Agency (NIA) court in Delhi was to pronounce his sentence in a terror funding case.

The minimum sentence he can get in the case is life imprisonment and the maximum sentence is the death penalty. In the morning, the NIA court reserved its order till 3.30 pm. However, The NIA has sought the death penalty for Yasin Malik.

Security officials have been deployed in the sensitive areas of Srinagar to avoid any law-and-order situation, and parts of the city witnessed a shutdown although shops and business establishments operations shut, public transport and private vehicles are operating normally.  

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