JKML

AcronymDefinition
JKMLJomo Kenyatta Memorial Library (Kenya)
JKMLJammu and Kashmir Muslim League (India)
JKMLJammu and Kashmir Mineral Ltd (India)
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Mohammad Yousuf Mir said that JKML leaders Javed Ahmad Najar and Zahore Ahmad Kanna were also languishing in jails.
The JKML spokesman denounced the authorities for not producing the detained leader before the court and said that although the court had already quashed draconian Public Safety Act invoked against Masarrat Aalam Butt, but he was still not released.
The JKML spokesman also welcomed the recent statement of Pakistan
Meanwhile, the JKML Acting General Secretary, Abdul Ahad Parra, in a statement strongly denounced the continued illegal detention of Ghulam Muhammad Hakim, father of the party leader, Showkat Hakim.
The JKML termed it as the worst kind of political vengeance.
The JKML leaders told media that Masarrat Aalam was later shifted to Rajouri jail with another PSA after the earlier one was quashed by the court.
Meanwhile, the JKML Chief Spokesman, Muhammad Rafiq Ganai condemned the atrocities perpetrated on the people by the police and other armed forces in Hajan area following the killing of Farhat Ahmad Dar.
The chief spokesman of JKML Muhammad Rafiq Ganai in a statement termed the claim of public prosecutor that Masarrat Aalam was lodged in Kupwara Jail as a sheer lie.
Jammu and Kashmir Muslim League leader Abdul Ahad Parray who met Masarrat Aalam Butt in a jail told media men that despite the court orders the detained JKML leader was not being released because of political vendetta.
The JKML leader was arrested by the police on 18th October in 2010 during the mass uprising and since then he has been re-arrested a number of times soon after his release on court orders.
The JKML General Secretary, Abdul Ahad Parra, addressing a party meeting in Shopian reiterated the Kashmiris' resolve to continue liberation struggle till securing their birthright to self-determination.
The JKML Chief Organiser, Feroz Ahmad Khan in a statement in Srinagar urged the international human rights organizations to impress upon India to release illegally detained Hurriyet leaders.