Yasin Malik , who has been a well noticed name of terror in the past and had a vital hand in driving away Kashmiri Pandits from the valley has always been promoting separation of Jammu and Kashmir from India. Indian Govt is yet to take a call on Yasin Malik’s controversial visit to Pakistan and sharing of stage with India’s most wanted terrorist, Hafiz Saeed.
Known more for his extremist path, in the early 90s, Yasin Malik , the JKLF chairman is writing his autobiography. Once a prominent face against Kashmiri Pandits in the valley, has declared, he would write everything about himself and his journey in life, so far!
Yasin Malik entered politics in 1984 as a student leader and after failing in his peaceful efforts of a separate Kashmir he grabbed arms and turned an extremist by 1989. In 1994 he decided to give up weapons and adhere to peaceful methods to seek his goal. He played a crucial role in driving away Kashmiri pandits out of the valley.