Srinagar: JKLF chairman Yasin Malik on Wednesday accused the state government of not giving any space to his organisation for “political” activities and gave a call for ‘jail bharo’ agitation from Friday to protest the “curbs”. Claiming that “there is no visible government” in the state, Malik said the government is “visible only in the media. You (media) are like a laundry shop, a dry cleaning shop to wash their (government’s) dirty linen in public.”
He said, “Every other day there is a statement of the Chief Minister that separatists will be given space for their activities, but no one asks him anything when we are detained, when youth are arrested and other separatist leaders put under house arrest.”
Meanwhile Yaseen Malik condemns Sopore killing where two persons were killed down by unknown militant on 25th and 27th of May .
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