Police manhandled Kashmiri Pandit Youth
RIK Activist Aditya Raj Kaul was injured in the clash with Police (Bruised Neck & Torn shirt)
The invitation to the chairman of the pro-independent Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front had angered the activists.
Malik was a guest speaker at “Youth Forum - If I Could Change The World”, organised by the India Today media group.
Even inside the venue, a member of the audience objected to Malik’s presence, saying he was a terrorist and shouldn’t be allowed to speak.
Malik is accused of killing Kashmiri Pandits that led to the exodus of around 300,000 of them to other parts of India in 1990.
“Yasin Malik has scores of criminal cases from murder to kidnapping to hawala (money-laundering) racket pending against his name,” said Aditya Raj Koul of the Roots in Kashmir (RIK) that had organised the march.
“What will he teach the youth?” Kher asked.