Yasin Malik shifted to ICU at Soura Medical Institute

India plotting to change demography of J&K: Yasin Malik

ISLAMABAD, Oct 23 (APP): The illegally-detained Chairman of
Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, Muhammad Yasin Malik, has been
referred to Soura Medical Institute, Srinagar, for treatment after
his health deteriorated, on Saturday.
Hours after protests were held at Maisuma in Srinagar
against Muhammad Yasin Malik’s falling health at Central Jail
Srinagar he was shifted to Khyber Hospital Saturday evening, KMS
reported on Sunday.
“He underwent various medical tests. He is suffering with
severe infection and has been advised by doctors to undergo a
surgery. He was then referred to Soura Medical Institute where he
was admitted to Intensive Care Unit,” a JKLF spokesman said. His
condition is stated to be stable. Earlier in the day, Malik’s
family had said that he was being denied medical treatment.
“Yasin Malik is unable to walk or sit properly. In absence
of medical aid, his health condition has deteriorated. We are not
demanding his release. He is a public leader, but medical aid must
be provided to him without any further delay. He has undergone
various surgeries in the past. He is in need of several
medicines,” they said.
The JKLF Chief is under illegal detention since July 9 when
protests against the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen Commander Burhan
Wani erupted across Indian Occupied Kashmir.
Meanwhile, Chairman of All Parties Hurriyet Conference, Syed
Ali Gilani, prayed for fast recovery of Muhammad Yasin Malik.