ISLAMABAD – A Kashmiri leader has condemned the execution of Afzal Guru while cautioning that it would have ‘adverse implications’ in the Indian Held Kashmir.Afzal Guru, the prime suspect in an attack on Indian Parliament that left 14 people dead in 2001, was hanged in an Indian prison in New Delhi on Saturday. “India has committed a grave human rights violation by hanging an innocent man,” Chairman Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) Yasin Malik told reporters here on Saturday.“This would fuel further unrest in the Indian Held Kashmir,” he said. In 2002, Afzal Guru was awarded death sentence by an Indian court. The clemency appeal Guru’s wife had filed with the India’s president was pending since 2006 that was rejected some days ago.The International media quoted Amnesty International India’s Programme Director Shashikumar Velath as raising ‘serious questions’ about Guru’s trial. “Serious questions have been raised about the fairness of Afzal Guru’s trial. He did not receive legal representation of his choice or a lawyer with adequate experience at the trial stage. These concerns were not addressed,” he said in a statement.“Nowhere in the world are convicts denied the right to due judicial process,” Yasin Malik said adding that Guru was denied ‘fundamental human rights.’“His family was kept in dark about the hanging. They were not even allowed to have a last meeting with their loved one,” he said alleging that Guru’s dead body was not handed over to the family members.Protests had broken out in major parts of the IHK after Pranab Mukherjee, India’s President, rejected Guru’s mercy appeal. Guru was a resident of Sopore, IHK.“To them (Indian government), he might be a terrorist but to us; everyone in IHK, AJK (Azad Jammu and Kashmir) and Pakistan, Guru is the son of soil, a peaceful Kashmiri man,” Malik said. He announced a four-day mourning and hunger strike against Guru’s execution. According to Malik, the Indian forces had imposed curfew in the IHK and the situation there was ‘extremely volatile.’Senior Kashmiri leaders have been put on house arrest either in IHK or in the Indian capital of New Delhi, he said. When approached, the IHK Government Spokesperson in Srinagar GA Wani expressed ignorance towards the detention of Kashmiri leaders in the Occupied Valley and New Delhi. He, however, confirmed the imposition of curfew saying the central government had imposed it. “We have nothing to do with it,” he said.