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India expresses concern over Yasin Malik sharing dais with Lashkar chief Hafiz Saeed in Islamabad

New Delhi, Feb 12 (): Taking a serious consideration over Jammu & Kashmir Liberation Front chief Yasin Malik’s Islamabad visit who is expressing anti-India statements along with alleged mastermind of 26/11 Mumbai attacks, Hafiz Saeed,  Ministry of Home Affairs on Monday is likely to conduct an  inquiry.

In the wake of Afzal Guru’s execution, Yasin Malik visited Pakistan and went on a 24-hour hunger strike at the National Press club protesting Guru’s execution. Expressing harsh view over Malik’s visit, the government said that it is extremely disgusting that Yasin is carrying out a hunger strike not only along with 26/11 attackers but also uttered inflammatory anti-India speeches.

Top government sources claimed it as very serious and fishy, Yasin using a foreign land for carrying out his hunger strike and that too in association with a person against whom India has evidence of dreadful 26/11 terror attacks.

India is also examining the details of Yasin Malik’s visit to Pakistan including his recent activities in the neighbouring country and is also likely to inquire about any foreign hand assisting these elements.

Terming the secret hanging of Afzal Guru in Tihar Jail as extreme dictatorship and autocracy by the Indian government, Yasin Malik said the hanging of Guru carries an evil intention to create an impression of panic among the people of Kashmir, so that they will not demand their appropriate right of self-determination.

Sharing the dais with Yasin Malik, 26/11 Mumbai attacks mastermind Hafiz Saeed considered Guru’s hanging as an ongoing judicial terrorism by India and also declared to take revenge for the death of Afzal Guru.

Following the hunger strike carried out by Malik along with Hafiz Saeed in Islamabad, India has condemned and wanted to send a clear message to Pakistan to take appropriate steps. India criticized saying that there is nothing wrong in protesting to Afzal’s hanging in India, but Indian nationals using foreign land to carry such types of activities is a matter of great concern.