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20 May 2017, 02:25 | Darnell Patrick
Getting funds from Pakistan? Yasin Malik didnt answer but attacked journos
Hours after Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Chairman, Muhammad Yasin Malik, filed a complaint against a woman journalist of a New Delhi based news channel, police has registered an FIR against the journalist. "Indian reporters are army agents in civil uniform", he said. When I told Malik I was from India Today TV, he lost his cool.
He said that instead of doing stories on pellet victims and torture inside police station they are demonizing the struggle of Kashmiris by saying everyone is paid. They will defend their own stories and versions.
"In February a man approached me who introduced himself as Muzaffar from Baramulla and told me that he would give me Crores of rupees for victims of 2016 uprising", Malik revealed.
The channel had conducted the sting operation on Hurriyat leaders and then aired the audio and video clippings in which they could be heard accepting that they were receiving money from Pakistan to encourage unrest in Kashmir. The journalist alleged that 'Malik snatched her phone and smashed it to smithereens'.
Addressing the media here, Malik said the journalist had not sought an appointment to interview him.
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He said he sees serving the freedom movement as worship.
The JKLF Chief said that he had filed a formal complaint against the lady reporter for breaching the privacy of a person. "I ask the media fraternity, was this the proper way to take an interview?"
"Not only did she lie to my sister that she had an appointment with me, but she also suddenly barged into my bedroom when I was asleep and starting shooting and recording on her mobile phone", Malik said.
Yasin Malik challenged the Indian media to prove whether he has bought any property in the name of freedom movement. "I have a two-room house in Maisuma, which belongs to my mother".
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