JKLF, in a statement, chided its chairman and his family members including his 18-month-old baby were forced to spend several hours on road after they were forced to leave the hotel booked by them.
Malik, accompanied by his family, went to Delhi on Sunday and booked two rooms in a hotel near Nizam-ud-din, the JKLF said in a statement.
However, they were asked to leave around midnight by the hotel management, the group alleged. JKLF spokesperson, expressing his disappointment, said, "If Delhi gets upset due to our presence there, it should formally introduce a law that could prevent the people of Kashmir from visiting the national capital."
Delhi should introduce a law preventing Kashmiris entering into the city
"Only due to the person's political ideology, he was thrown out of the hotel along with his family. Such action cannot be legitimised at any level," the statement added.
JKLF's statement surfaced just hours after Narendra Modi's demand for a debate in Parliament over article 370. Modi's statement created a new controversy in the country. Article 370 of the Indian constitution is a law that grants special autonomous status to Jammu and Kashmir.
(With PTI inputs)