Srinagar, October 05 (KMS): The Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Mohammad Yasin Malik, Saturday left for New Delhi wherefrom he will go to Nepal to meet his wife and daughter, Razia Sultana.
Yasin Malik and his family were blessed with a baby girl on March 27, 2012. At that time the JKLF Chairman was in Pakistan with his family. His wife and baby were still in the hospital when he had to return to the occupied territory after the sad demise of his father and to attend his funeral in Srinagar.
In January 2013, Yasin Malik again went to Pakistan for the preparation of the travel documents of his family, especially daughter, that were necessary for her travel to Srinagar. In the meantime, Kashmiri youth, Afzal Guru, was hanged by the Indian government on February 9, 2013. Yasin protested against the inhuman act of Indian government and sat on a hunger strike in Islamabad which annoyed the Indian rulers and media who launched a propaganda campaign against the JKLF Chairman. After his arrival in Srinagar, his passport was confiscated and has not been returned till date.
On the other hand Yasin Malik’s family including her innocent child approached Indian High Commission in Islamabad for Visa. This application has been there for nine months but no response has been given to the applicants.
Yasin Malik’s wife and daughter have completed all the formalities in this regard and have a number of times approached the Indian High Commission but have not been issued the visa. Because of this tyrannical act of Indian authorities, a 20-month-old girl has been continuously denied a meeting with her father and a wife is being forcefully kept separated from her husband.