Government Targets Unlawful Factions in JK Muslim Conference

Government Targets Unlawful Factions in JK Muslim Conference
Government Targets Unlawful Factions in JK Muslim Conference
Government Targets Unlawful Factions in JK Muslim Conference
Government Targets Unlawful Factions in JK Muslim Conference

Government Targets Unlawful Factions in JK Muslim Conference

Government Targets Unlawful Factions in JK Muslim Conference…..image/PTI

Government Targets Unlawful Factions in JK Muslim Conference

In a significant move aimed at curbing anti-national activities and terrorist funding, the Indian government has declared two factions of the Muslim Conference in Jammu & Kashmir as unlawful. The announcement, made on Wednesday, targeted the Muslim Conference Jammu & Kashmir (Sumji faction) and Muslim Conference Jammu & Kashmir (Bhat faction) for their involvement in activities deemed detrimental to the sovereignty and integrity of the nation.

Government Targets Unlawful Factions in JK:A Determined Stand Against Terrorism

Union Home Minister Amit Shah, in a resolute statement, emphasized the government’s commitment to eradicating terrorism. He asserted that the Narendra Modi-led government is determined to uproot terrorism and warned that those engaged in unlawful activities will face dire consequences. The decision to declare the two factions as Unlawful Associations underscores the government’s strong stance against networks that pose a threat to national security.

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“Striking terror networks with undiminished vehemence, the government has declared the Muslim Conference Jammu & Kashmir (Sumji faction) and Muslim Conference Jammu & Kashmir (Bhat faction) as Unlawful Associations,” tweeted Amit Shah, signaling a proactive approach in addressing security concerns.

Government Targets Unlawful Factions in JK:Sumji Faction: Allegations of Supporting Terrorism

According to a notification from the Union Home Ministry, the Sumji faction, led by Ghulam Nabi Sumji, has been accused of actively supporting terrorist activities and providing logistical support for terrorism in the region. The government’s notification warns that failure to control the faction’s unlawful activities could lead to continued engagement in anti-national activities, jeopardizing the territorial integrity, security, and sovereignty of the country.

Government Targets Unlawful Factions in JK:Bhat Faction: Involvement in Fundraising for Unlawful Activities

The Muslim Conference Jammu and Kashmir (Bhat faction), chaired by Abdul Ghani Bhat, faced the government’s declaration of unlawfulness due to its involvement in raising funds through various sources, including Pakistan and its proxy organizations. The funds were allegedly used for activities such as supporting terrorism and sustaining stone-pelting incidents on security forces in Jammu and Kashmir. The government’s action aims to curb financial support to unlawful activities, ensuring a more secure environment in the region.

This decisive government action demonstrates a commitment to maintaining national security and safeguarding the sovereignty of the country against entities engaged in anti-national and unlawful activities in Jammu & Kashmir.

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