Kashmiri separatist leader Yasin Malik was admitted to Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital recently after fluctuating blood pressure. After which now Yasin Malik has been sent back to Tihar Jail after improving his health.
This information was given by the officials on Saturday. Officials said Malik returned to the jail on Friday evening. Moreover, Malik has refused to eat anything and is still on ‘IV fluid’.
Meanwhile, Malik was admitted to the hospital on Tuesday after his blood pressure level fluctuated. Malik handed over a letter to the doctors of the hospital, in which he said that he does not want to be treated. Malik, who heads the banned Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, started a hunger strike on July 22, after the Center refused to allow him to appear in person in a Jammu court in the abduction case of Rubaiya Saeed.
However, Kashmiri separatist leader Yasin Malik has been kept alone in a high-security cell in Tihar Jail. He was taken to the jail’s medical examination room, where he was given ‘IV fluid’. Malik is serving a life sentence in a terrorism financing case.