Separatist JKLF said Yasin Malik and his family, including an 18-month-old baby, were forced to spend several hours on the road in Delhi after they were forced to leave the hotel booked by them around midnight with no explanation given.
On Monday, separatist JKLF on Facebook alleged that its chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik and his family were forced to spend several hours on the road in Delhi after they were forced to leave the hotel booked by them.
Yasin Malik and his family, including an 18-month-old daughter, went to Delhi Sunday and booked two rooms in a hotel near Nizamuddin, the JKLF said in a statement here.
The hotel management alleged that the two groups of people – one group led by a woman and the other led by a man – were asked to leave around midnight.
The statement said that the party leader and his family waited on the roadside for several hours before they took shelter in a friend’s house.
“If Delhi gets upset about our presence in Kashmir, it should introduce a law that would prevent the people of Kashmir from visiting the national capital,” it said.
The statement claims that the political ideology of the person being thrown out of the hotel was responsible for their exclusion from the hotel.