Yasin Malik Hunger Strike: Kashmiri separatist leader Yasin Malik, who is on hunger strike in Delhi’s Tihar Jail, has been admitted to RML Hospital after his health deteriorated. Sources said on Wednesday that Malik’s blood pressure (BP) is fluctuating, due to which he has been admitted to the hospital.
He told that Malik has written a letter to the doctors of the hospital saying that he does not want to undergo treatment. A source said, “He was admitted to RML Hospital on Tuesday after fluctuating BP.”
hunger strike from friday
Malik, the chief of the banned Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), began an indefinite strike on Friday morning. He started a hunger strike after the Center did not allow him to appear in a Jammu court hearing the kidnapping case of Rubaiya Saeed. Malik is an accused in this case.
Malik, who appeared before a special CBI judge through video conference, had said that he wanted to appear in person in a Jammu court in connection with the kidnapping of Rubaiya Saeed. Malik had said that if the government did not give permission in this regard by July 22, he would start a hunger strike.
Malik has been kept alone in a high-risk cell in Tihar Jail No. Malik was taken to the jail’s medical examination room, where he was being given IV fluids. JKLF chief Malik is serving a life sentence in a terrorism financing case.