Yasin Malik’s Old Interview Has Left Internet in Shock And Distress

After the success of ‘The Kashmir Files’, people debated a lot about the brutal incident of the 1990s in Kashmir. They are also discussions about the perpetrator responsible for unleashing terror, that is Yasin Malik. Surprisingly, his old interviews with some media channels have grabbed netizens’ attention and the interview tells a lot about what happened in the valley.

Die-hard Pakistani influencer

As we all know that the terrorist who is accountable for the genocide of Kashmiri Pandits is none other than the die-hard Pakistani influencer Yasin Malik.


The 55-year-old, who was also a former president of the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, is charged with funding terror in Kashmir. He has been arrested several times regarding funding and perpetrating terror on Indian soil.

Credits: Sabrang India

Despite his terror connections and his doings in the genocide of Kashmiri Pandits in the valley, the former governments, and the left-liberal media organization have often tried to show Yasin Malik as a peace bringer.

The foreign press, which has been interfering in India’s internal affairs for years, is also culpable for showing Yasin Malik as a ‘hero’.


Shocking interview

The British media giant BBC had organized an interview with the Yasin in the past. And in one such interview with the BBC, Yasin shockingly confessed to killing Kashmiri Hindu Justice Neelkanth Ganjoo.

In the interview, Yasin merrily admits that JKLF killed Justice Ganjoo and later asked, “What was the crime of Maqbool Bhat? It was a politically motivated decision against the great political leader of Kashmir”.

Who is Justice Ganjoo?

Justice Ganjoo had given a death sentence to terrorist Maqbool Bhat, the founder of Azad Kashmir Plebiscite Front, a precursor to the present day Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF). Maqbool carried out terror movements in Jammu and Kashmir and was involved in killing government officials.


In the same interview, Yasin Malik chuckled away and confessed to killing four unarmed Indian Air Force men in Kashmir.

On January 25, 1990, Squadron Leader Ravi Khanna with his three Indian Air Force personnel were waiting at Sant Nagar Crossing to board their buses. Waiting for them, Yasin Mallik and other JKLF terrorists attacked and killed them.

There were 40 personnel with them, all of them were wounded at the shootout including a female official. Yasin has also been one of the direct figures who led the Kashmiri Hindu genocide in the 1990s.


Media Drama 

Despite all this, in 2008, the India Today group had invited terrorist Yasin Malik to its conclave and showed him as a “Youth Icon”. The India Today group gave a podium to a terrorist to promote his anti-India propaganda. In his 12-minute speech, Yasin Malik was seen driving the separatist agenda live on television.

To make it worse, in 2006, the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had invited Yasin Malik to a meeting in his official residence in New Delhi. Manmohan Singh had also carried out crucial talks with him on the part of his important outreach program with the Jammu and Kashmir political leaders, separatists, and other groups.

Credits: Swarajya

Also, NDTV’s Ravish Kumar had once referred to the terrorist as ‘Yasin Sahab’, a word of respect. In between a debate Ravish Kumar had dialed Yasin Malik, who at the time was on a visit to Pakistan. During the show, the BJP had objected to inviting terrorists like Yasin Malik.

Twitter is in Distress