The official informed that for further examination Malik was admitted to the hospital and is currently hospitalised there.
Kashmiri Separatist leader Yasin Malik, who is currently lodged at cell No. 7 of the Tihar Jail, has gone on a hunger strike, officials said on Saturday.
The mindless menace of violence in Kashmir has to end. We cannot afford another exodus. Steps must be taken to ensure that those thrown away from their ancestral house under death threats return safely.
The two tweets sparked a huge controversy forcing the MEA to release a statement condemning the OIC's stand.
A Delhi court on Wednesday awarded life imprisonment to Malik, one of the foremost separatist leaders, in a terror funding case, saying the crimes committed by him struck at the "heart of the idea of India" and were intended to forcefully secede Jammu & Kashmir from Union of India.
Mishra rapped Afridi for his comments and asked Afridi to stop misleading people like his birth date.
Special NIA Judge Praveen Singh observed that financing is the backbone of any operation, including terrorist activities.
A separatist who masterminded the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits from the valley in 1989-90, Malik was sentenced to rigorous life imprisonment by the NIA court in the terror funding case in New Delhi on Wednesday.
The development came in wake of a special NIA court in New Delhi pronounced the life sentence for separatist leader Yasin Malik, who was convicted in a terror funding case.
Special NIA Judge Praveen Singh pronounced the quantum of sentence for convict Yasin Malik
During the course of the hearing before Special NIA Judge Praveen Singh, Malik said: "I will not beg for anything. The case is before this court and I leave it on the court to decide it."
Malik, who is awaiting the quantum of punishment for the offences in the case, was produced before the Special NIA judge, Patiala House Court amid tight security.
The agency made the submission before special judge Praveen Singh, while the amicus curiae appointed by the court to assist Malik sought life imprisonment, the minimum punishment in the matter.
Kashmiri separatist leader Yasin Malik was on Thursday convicted by a court of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in Delhi after he pleaded in a case related to alleged terroristic activities in the valley.
Special Judge Praveen Singh would hear the arguments on May 19 regarding the quantum of sentence for the offences levelled against Malik in which the maximum punishment is life imprisonment.