Rubaiya was abducted near Lal Ded Hospital on December 8, 1989 when her father was the Union home minister and freed from captivity five days later.
1990 killing of IAF men: Yasin Malik rejects court's legal aid offer, insists on physical appearance
Malik observed a 10-day hunger strike from July 22 after the Centre did not respond to his plea for allowing him to physically appear in a Jammu court.
Malik has submitted a letter to the doctors at the medical facility, saying he did not want to be treated, they said.
He is still on a hunger strike and his health is being regularly monitored by doctors.
Malik (56), the head of the banned Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), began his indefinite hunger strike on Friday morning.
The People's Conference chairman said the 1987 rigging resulted in the eruption of militancy in the Kashmir Valley, and demanded a probe for the same.
The chief of the banned Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front was convicted in a terror funding case by a Delhi court in May and is serving varying jail terms, all running concurrently.
This is the first time Rubaiya has been asked to appear in the case. She had been freed after five terrorists were released in exchange.
This is the first time Rubaiya Sayeed has been asked to appear in the case.
Of the eight encounters after May 25, four have taken place in south Kashmir, three in north Kashmir and one in Srinagar.
Rubaiya’s kidnapping was a watershed moment in Kashmir’s chequered history as it shook the national will to fight terror to its core.
MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said the world seeks 'zero tolerance' against terrorism and urged the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) not to justify it in any manner.
Yasin Malik imprisonment: Parts of Srinagar remain shut for second day, police arrest 10 for stone-pelting
For the second consecutive day, parts of Srinagar observed shutdown over the life sentence awarded by the NIA court to separatist leader and JKLF chairman Yasin Malik.
There were nearly four dozen protected witnesses but code names were given only to selected few, who could be of help in making a watertight case.
Jail officials said that Mailk will also not be entitled to any parole or furlough since he is a convict in a case of terror funding.
A Delhi court on Wednesday awarded life imprisonment to Malik in a terror funding case, saying the crimes were intended to strike at the 'heart of the idea of India'.
Malik had earlier pleaded guilty to all the charges, including those under the stringent Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA), in the particular case, court sources said.
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.
India has repeatedly told Pakistan that Jammu and Kashmir was, is and shall forever remain an integral part of the country.
The trial against the remaining accused persons in the case shall continue as they have pleaded not guilty before the court.