A television journalist accused separatist leader Mohammad Yasin Malik of assaulting her cameraman today, while Malik lodged a police complaint saying she had barged into his bedroom to ask him questions.
"I was sleeping and all of a sudden, a female TV journalist from New Delhi barged into my bedroom on the pretext of interviewing me". According to reports, when she asked a question, Malik lost his cool and broke her phone and also assaulted camera person Vinod, before throwing them out.
"I snatched her camera and told her to leave the place".
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Earlier, Malik said he has filed a complaint before police against a woman journalist for "breaching his privacy and carrying out a sting operation". "But through these tapes, they want to defame the entire freedom struggle", he said.
"The Indian media says Kashmiri boys come out on streets and get killed for mere six hundred bucks", Malik continued, "by giving such logic it shows that India and journalistic community is suffering from intellectual bankruptcy at a time when they are eyeing to becoming a global economic power".
In a reference to the recent India Today sting operation on pro-freedom leaders Nayeem Khan and Farooq Dar, Malik said that the Kashmir struggle was like "prayer" for them and they would never compromise on it. "They can explain and give their version on their own". "Threats and opening more cases against me will never deter me", Malik said. She told me to go in and speak to him about the interview. He said, adding that Indian media and state agencies are using different methods to malign the movement.
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He said that instead of showing the "brutalities" committed by the government forces in Kashmir, Indian media was running a government PR agenda.
He said he sees serving the freedom movement as worship. "I am part of this struggle for past 35 years".
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