Court turns down Yasin Malik’s plea for ‘physical appearance’ in Rubaiya Sayeed abduction case

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A court in Jammu on Tuesday turned down Yasin Malik’s plea for physical appearance, saying there were directions from the High Court to produce all the accused in all the cases through virtual mode.

Talking to news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), Advocate Monika Kohli, special public prosecutor for CBI, said that court turned down Yasin Malik’s plea for physical appearance, saying there were directions from the High Court to produce all the accused in all the cases through virtual mode.

She said the court also offered Malik legal aid but he refused the offer.

Meanwhile, Rubaiya Sayeed did not appear in the TADA court for her cross examination by the accused.

In July this year, Rubaiya had identified Yasin Malik as one of her kidnappers in 1989.

Rubaiya was kidnapped in December 1989 when her father, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, was the Union Home minister. (KNO)

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