J&K Peoples League Along with all Similar Groups Banned By Centeral Government

In a significant move aimed at curbing terrorism and separatism in the region, the Modi government has declared four factions of the Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Freedom League as ‘unlawful associates’ under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) for a period of five years.

Home Minister Amit Shah, in a statement shared on ‘X’, underscored the threat posed by the Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Freedom League to India’s integrity. He emphasized that the organization had been actively involved in promoting, aiding, and abetting the secession of Jammu and Kashmir through terrorist activities.

“The Modi government has designated the Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Freedom League as an ‘Unlawful Association’ for five years,” Shah stated, reaffirming the government’s commitment to safeguarding national security and integrity.

Furthermore, Shah reiterated the government’s unwavering stance against terrorism, asserting that individuals and organizations involved in such activities would face stringent legal consequences. He emphasized Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s policy of zero tolerance towards terrorism, highlighting the Ministry of Home Affairs’ decision to also declare four factions of the Jammu and Kashmir Peoples League as ‘Unlawful Associations.’

These factions, namely JKPL (Mukhtar Ahmed Waza), JKPL (Bashir Ahmad Tota), JKPL (Ghulam Mohammad Khan), and JKPL (Aziz Sheikh) led by Yaqoob Sheikh, were found to be complicit in inciting terror and abetting secessionism in the Jammu and Kashmir region.

“The Modi government is committed to suppressing terrorism ruthlessly,” asserted a Union Minister, echoing the government’s firm resolve to combat terrorist activities in the region.

The ban on these separatist groups underscores the government’s proactive approach in addressing security challenges in Jammu and Kashmir and sends a clear message that any attempts to disrupt peace and stability will be met with stringent measures.

The decision to outlaw these associations reflects the government’s commitment to safeguarding India’s territorial integrity and ensuring the safety and security of its citizens. It also serves as a reminder of the ongoing efforts to counter terrorism and uphold the rule of law in the region.(KNS)

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