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Life sentence to Yasin Malik shuts door on ill-judged govt policies that gave him impunity

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Thousands showered Yasin Malik with flowers after his release in 1994. Few will lament his life sentence for financing terrorism. Successive governments gave Malik impunity — a 1990 murder is still in court — hoping he’d help peacemaking. Instead, he stoked Kashmir’s fires. The prison door shuts today on those ill-judged policies.

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