Yasin Malik News: NIA court convicts Yasin Malik in terror funding case, sentencing hearing to be held on May 25 | Yasin malik case nia court convicts separatist yasin malik in terror funding case pleaded guilty
Earlier, Yasin Malik had pleaded guilty in the case against him. The court accepted Yassin’s argument and found him guilty.
Special in Delhi’s Patiala House Court NIA The court on Thursday granted bail to Kashmiri separatist leader Yasin Malik (Yasin Malik) In front of him Terrorist In the case UAPA Has been convicted on all charges including. The court asked the NIA to analyze Yasin Malik’s assets to ascertain his financial status, while the NIA court also asked Yasin Malik to give an affidavit about his assets. The next hearing in the court case will be on May 25, the day the court will hear a debate on Yassin’s sentence. Let me tell you that before this, Yasin Malik had committed ‘plead guilt’ by pleading guilty in the cases against him. The court accepted Yassin’s argument and found him guilty. The court will decide on Yassin’s sentence in this case. But in this case, Yassin could face a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.
What is the charge?
Separatist leader Yasin Malik is facing charges of criminal conspiracy, illegal activities and disturbing the peace in Kashmir. In this case, Yasin Malik pleaded guilty before the court, Malik told the court that he was guilty under Section 16 (terrorist activity), 17 (raising funds for terrorist activity), 18 (conspiracy to commit terrorist act) and 20 (conspiracy to commit terrorist act) of UAPA. Is guilty of being a member of a group or organization and does not want to challenge the charges against him under sections 120-B (criminal conspiracy) and 124-A (treason) of the Indian Penal Code.
Who are the accused?
Apart from Yasin Malik, the accused include Shabbir Shah, Masrat Alam, former MLA Rashid Engineer, Zahoor Ahmed Shah Watali, Bitta Karate, Aftab Ahmed Shah, Avtar Ahmed Shah, Naeem Khan, Bashir Ahmed Bhat, alias Pir Saifullah and many others.
Special Judge of the Patiala House Court NIA Praveen Singh said in a March 16 order that the analysis of witness statements and documents showed that all the accused had common motives with each other and were involved in related activities and were associated with terrorist organizations funded by Pakistan.
The special judge had earlier said that at first sight it was established that Malik and others were receiving direct money for terrorism. The court also said that Malik had set up a worldwide mechanism to raise funds for terrorist and other illegal activities in Jammu and Kashmir in the name of freedom struggle.