New Delhi: Yasin Malik, the leader of the banned organization Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, has ended his hunger strike in Tihar Jail. Yasin Malik, who has been on hunger strike for the last ten days for his demands, ended his fast on Monday evening when he was told that his demands had been conveyed to the concerned authorities.
Actually, Yasin Malik had started an indefinite hunger strike on July 22 last. He alleged that his case was not being investigated properly. Since then, the jail administration was continuously asking him to end the hunger strike, but he refused to end the hunger strike.
According to the information, He has deferred his hunger strike for two months on the request of Delhi Jail Director General Sandeep Goel. A senior jail official said the DG informed Malik that the demands raised by him have been forwarded to the authorities concerned and he would be informed about the decision on it.
According to a report, Goyal said that Yasin Malik, who was on hunger strike in Tihar Jail since July 22, ended his fast on Monday evening on my request. Malik was admitted to the Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital here last month after fluctuating blood pressure and refused to eat anything after returning to jail.
However, the officials did mention that the separatist leader, who was kept in solitary confinement in a high-risk cell in Jail No-7 of Tihar, was shifted to the medical examination room of the jail. Yasin Malik had submitted a letter to the doctors of the hospital, stating that he did not want to undergo treatment.