The former chief minister said while the government was making claims about normalcy, the gruesome killings suggest otherwise.
He said an encounter broke out between the ultras and security forces in which three terrorists were neutralised.
The protesters assembled under the banner of the newly-formed Kashmiri Pandits United Front (KPUF) in front of the statue of Maharaja Hari Singh, near the Tawi bridge in the heart of Jammu.
"It apprises High Commissioner, in particular, of Indian government's ongoing attempts to persecute and repress Kashmiris and their leadership and to implicate them in fictitious & motivated cases."
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.
"Three Pakistani terrorists killed. One JKP personnel also attained martyrdom in this chance encounter. Further details shall follow," Tweeted Inspector General of Police, Kashmir zone.
The chief minister said that if compensation of the 17 people whose shops have been shifted has been withheld, then it should also be released soon.
Sources said the ministers would be visiting all the 20 districts of the state in a phased manner to assess the developmental works from the last three years and get the feedback of the public.
Based on specific inputs, several suspects were arrested and leads were developed, resulting in the busting of the terror module operating in the Awantipora area of the south Kashmir district.
Constable Saifullah Qadri, the third policeman to be killed in Kashmir this month, was leaving home to drop his daughter for tuition when the attack took place.
The employees continued their protest saying they won't resume duties till their demand for relocation outside Kashmir is met.
Two passenger mini-buses collided with each other on the Shyok-Durbuk road on Monday, following which one of the vehicles turned turtle, he said.
Earlier, in January this year, the J&K government had changed the nomenclature of 'Sher-i-Kashmir Police Medals' to 'Jammu and Kashmir Police Medals.'
The helpline started its operations from May 19 and works daily from 6 pm to 11 pm. This time of the day according to pyschologists is the most vulnerable time for those facing stress.
'Hybrid' militants are those who are not listed as terrorists but are radicalised enough to carry out a terror strike and then slip back into the routine life.