India plotting to use old cases against resistance leaders

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ISLAMABAD, Frustrated by the unending anti-India uprising in occupied Kashmir, New Delhi has come up with the idea of re-opening cases, falsely registered against resistance leaders decades ago.For this purpose, India has ordered its investigating agencies Central Bureau of Investigation and the National Investigation Agency to persistently file charge-sheets in courts in cases, concocted against resistance leaders in late 1980s and early 1990s, Kashmir Media Service reported.Media reports said the probe agencies have been directed o”aggressively follow” all pending cases against them in various courts. The Hurriyet leaders were booked under several false charges including murder, abduction and inciting riots, but the cases were lying pending with courts as nothing could be proven against them.
Now, under a well-hatched conspiracy, the Indian government has decided to file petitions through its investigating agencies in High Court and Supreme Court to seek directions for speedy trial of resistance leaders in these so-called cases.
The reports further said that Indian Home Minister in a recently-held meeting asked for re-opening of the 1989 Rubaiya Sayeed case. The move is aimed to tight noose around Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Chief, Muhammad Yasin Malik, in view of his significant role in briging all Hurriyet leadership at one platform.The Indian government “ordered its executive wing to aggressively take up the Rubaiya Sayeed case,” the reports said quoting an official.

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