Yasin Malik (Roman: Yasin Malik, born 3 April 1966) is a separatist leader and former Kashmir soldier. Supporters of Kashmir separatist independence from both India and Pakistan. He was the chairman of the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front. which was originally a leading armed insurgent group in the Kashmir Valley. Malik announced the end of violence in 1994 and began to pursue a peaceful path to reach an agreement in the Kashmir dispute. In May 2022, Malik was found guilty of conspiring to commit crimes and wage war against the state. He was sentenced to life in prison.
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