February 08, 2019
NEW YORK - The Committee to Protect Journalists has called on Jammu and Kashmir police to immediately cease all legal proceedings against journalist Aasif Sultan and release him from jail after local news outlets reported that formal charges were filed against him.
Sultan, along with nine other individuals, has been charged with harboring and giving support to a militant organization and for hatching a criminal conspiracy under India's Unlawful Activities Prevention Act.
"Filing terrorism-related charges against journalist Aasif Sultan, despite a complete lack of evidence, marks a terrible injustice and further undermines press freedom in Jammu and Kashmir," said Steven Butler, CPJ's Asia program coordinator, from Washington, D.C. "Is it so hard to understand that journalists, in the normal course of their work, must make contact with the people they write about?"
Sultan has been jailed since August 27, 2018, after he wrote a story for the Kashmir Narrator magazine on Kashmiri militant leader Burhan Wani, as CPJ reported at the time. In January, CPJ called on Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik to ensure that the journalist is released. – A CPJ statement/Photo by Muzamil Mattoo
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