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Born: April 3, 1966 (age 56 years), Srinagar Nationality: Indian Spouse: Mushaal Hussein Mullick (m. 2009) Parents: Ghulam Qadir Malik Education: شری پرتاپ کالج Sri Pratap College Marriage location: Pakistan Siblings: Amina Malik Hometown: Maisuma, Srinagar Wife: Mushaal Mullick Full Name Mohammad Yasin Malik Profession Politician Height (approx.) in centimeters- 177 cm in meters- 1.77 m in feet & inches- 5’ 10” Eye Colour Black Hair Colour White Political Party Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JLKF) Date of Birth 3 April 1966 (Wednesday) Age (as of 2022) 56 Years Birthplace Maisuma, Srinagar Zodiac sign Aries Nationality Indian Hometown Maisuma, Srinagar College/University SP College, Srinagar Religion Islam Marital Status Married Marriage Date 22 February 2009 (Sunday) Wife/Spouse Mushaal Hussein Mullick Children Daughter- Raziyah Sultana Parents Father- Ghulam Qadir Malik (died in 2015) Mother- Name not Known yasin malik wedding pics
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In 2009, Malik married Pakistani artist Mushaal Hussein Mullick. They became parents to a girl named Raziyah Sultana in March 2012. Malik had completed his graduation from S. P. College in Srinagar and also says that most of his knowledge has been acquired by self-taught methods while he served his time in various jails. Malik loves the poetry of Allama Iqbal and the writings of Imam Ghazali. Yasin Malik still resides in his ancestral Mud house located in Maisuma, an uptown locality in Srinagar. He began his political career in the early ’80s. He was then a member of ‘Tala’ party, a local group of youth. Tala Party was renamed as the Islamic Students League (ISL) in 1986, which formed an important youth movement in Kashmir. Yasin Malik was the General Secretary of ISL. In 1988, he illegally crossed over Line of Control to enter Pakistan occupied Kashmir. In 1994, Malik led JKLF decided to go for a unilateral ceasefire and struggled to settle Kashmir issue. Since then, he has adopted Gandhian way to fight for freedom of Kashmir. Reportedly, a police remand in jail caused deafness in his left ear and left his face partially paralysed. Yasin says, he acquired most of his knowledge while serving his time in jail. Yasin has on and off spent several years of his life in different jails. Yasin’s wife, Mushaal Mullick is a Pakistani painter and the chairperson of Peace and culture organisation based in Pakistan. She is 20 years younger than Malik. Yasin Malik and his wife were once thrown out of a hotel in Delhi owing to their separatist ideology for Kashmir. Yasin Malik says he wants Kashmir to be free from both India and Pakistan. In a letter written to former Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif in 2016, he opposed the merger of Gilgit Baltistan with Pakistan. The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on Friday expressed its deep concern over the pronouncement of the life sentence to one of the most prominent Kashmiri leaders, Yasin Malik, who had been leading a peaceful freedom struggle for many decades. Reiterating its solidarity with the people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) in their struggle for their rights including their right to self-determination, the OIC General Secretariat urged the international community to ensure that the legitimate struggle of the Kashmiris for the realisation of their rights. He also called on the government of India to release all Kashmiri leaders unfairly incarcerated, halt forthwith the gross and systematic persecution of Kashmiris in IIOJK; and respect the right of the people of the disputed valley to determine their own future through a free and impartial plebiscite as enshrined in the relevant United Nations Security Council resolutions. The prosecutors had demanded of the court to award death penalty but Special Judge Parveen Singh instead sentenced him to life under a section of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act. The court said that Malik “did not want any trial and therefore, he was ready to plead guilty”. Malik’s wife Mushaal Hussein Mullick said that the sentencing by a “kangaroo court” was illegitimate. “Verdict in minutes by Indian kangaroo court,” she wrote on Twitter. “The iconic leader will never surrender,” she added. In Srinagar, the main city of IIOJK, authorities severed internet connections and police fired tear gas shells and pellets to disperse stone-pelting protesters outside Malik’s residence, who were shouting slogans demanding his freedom. Local politicians in IIOJK said that the verdict was a setback to peace efforts. “We are afraid that this will further compound the uncertainties in the region and will only fuel more alienation and separatist feelings,” a group of parties said in a statement. Crowds also gathered in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) to call for Malik’s release. He has campaigned for Kashmir’s right to self-determination as chairman of the JKLF. Malik has had talks several times with the Indian government, including with two previous prime ministers. Indian Minister Modi killing Muslims in India: The 2002 Gujarat riots, also known as the 2002 Gujarat violence and the Gujarat pogrom, was a three-day period of inter-communal violence in the western Indian state of Gujarat. The burning of a train in Godhra on 27 February 2002, which caused the deaths of 58 Hindu pilgrims karsevaks returning from Ayodhya, is cited as having instigated the violence. Following the initial riot incidents, there were further outbreaks of violence in Ahmedabad for three months; statewide, there were further outbreaks of violence against the minority Muslim population of Gujarat for the next one year. According to official figures, the riots ended with 1,044 dead, 223 missing, and 2,500 injured. Of the dead, 790 were Muslim and 254 Hindu. The Concerned Citizens Tribunal Report, estimated that as many as 1,926 may have been killed. Other sources estimated death tolls in excess of 2,000. Many brutal killings and rapes were reported on as well as widespread looting and destruction of property. Narendra Modi, then Chief Minister of Gujarat and later Prime Minister of India, was accused of condoning the violence, as were police and government officials who allegedly directed the rioters and gave lists of Muslim-owned properties to them. 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