A Delhi court recently sentenced Kashmiri separatist leader Yasin Malik to life imprisonment in the terror funding case. At the same time, questions were raised by issuing a statement on behalf of OIC-IPHRC (Organization of Islamic Cooperation Independent Permanent Human Rights Commission) regarding the decision of the court. However, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs has lashed out at the remarks made by the Independent Permanent Human Rights Commission. India on Friday termed his remarks as ‘unacceptable’ and said ‘don’t justify terrorism under any circumstances’.

External Affairs

Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said that the world will not tolerate terrorism at all and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is requested not to justify it under any circumstances. Bagchi said that India does not accept the OIC-IPHRC comments criticizing India over the Yasin Malik case verdict.

“The world wants zero tolerance for terrorism,” the spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs further said that through these comments, the OIC-IPHRC has extended its support to the terrorist activities of Yasin Malik, in respect of which evidence has been presented in the court. The world wants zero tolerance towards terrorism. He urged the OIC not to justify the terrorist in any way.

OIC had

said, criticizing Yasin Malik’s sentence, saying, ‘OIC demands the Indian government to release all the wrongly imprisoned Kashmiri leaders. The OIC had said that Yasin Malik was imprisoned in inhuman conditions, which shows Indian prejudice in Kashmir and the persecution of Kashmiri Muslims. The OIC on Malik’s sentence said it exposed the claims of democracy.

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