Terror Funding Case: Yasin Malik convicted by NIA Court

The court said it would begin hearing arguments on May 25 for deciding on the quantum of sentence for Yasin Malik.

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Insight Bureau: A special NIA court in Delhi convicted Kashmiri separatist leader Yasin Malik on Thursday in connection with a terror funding case. The court said it would begin hearing arguments on May 25 for deciding on the quantum of sentence for Yasin Malik.

There is a provision for maximum punishment of life imprisonment.

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The arguments on the quantum of sentence of Yasin Malik will be heard on May 25 by Special Judge Praveen Singh.

He is convicted in a connection with terrorism and secessionist activities which disturbed the Kashmir Valley in 2017.

Earlier, Malik had pleaded guilty to charges under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA).

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