Mushaal says India not allowing Kashmiri leader Yasin to meet his family
ISLAMABAD: In a reaction to Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav’s meeting with his family in Islamabad, Kashmiri freedom movement leader Yasin Malik’s wife Mushaal Mullick said a proclaimed terrorist was allowed to meet his family but a Kashmiri leader’s family was not allowed a meeting in three years.
It has been at least three years since Yasin Malik’s wife and daughter had not been allowed to meet with him, she said in a video statement.
“Today, Kubhushan Jadhav, who has himself conceded that he was involved in terrorist activities and creating unrest in Karachi and Balochistan, has been allowed to meet his wife and mother on humanitarian grounds,” she said.
Convicted Indian spy’s meeting with his mother and wife came to an end after 40 minutes of time at Pakistan Foreign Office in Islamabad today.
Jadhav’s family members were accompanied by Indian Deputy High Commissioner JP Singh during the meeting.
Mushaal Mullick said on the other hand, a Kashmiri had no right to meet his family. Kashmiris were treated worse than a terrorist and they had no value or right for they were fighting for their freedom.
She said, “this is the India, the democracy and the champion of human rights who seeks help from International Court of Justice to help a terrorist, but would not grant permission to a Kashmiri to meet his family.”