Srinagar, July 28: In occupied Kashmir, illegally detained veteran Kashmiri Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani has said that he will not come out from jail even if the authorities order his release unless over a thousand youth, who have been arrested by police are released and charges against them revoked. Syed Ali Gilani, who is undergoing treatment at Soura Medical Institute in Srinagar, in a statement, said that he would not come out even if his release was ordered by the occupation authorities. He added that he would come out only after 1150 youth, who had been arrested and booked under various charges were set free. The veteran Hurriyet leader was arrested on June 20, booked under the black law, PSA, and lodged at Cheshmashahi sub-jail. Later, he was admitted to the Soura Medical Institute after his health condition deteriorated at the sub-jail.