Agencies in Srinagar attach four houses for providing shelter and logistical support to terrorist
The Jammu and Kashmir police’s Special InvestigationUnit on Monday attached four houses in Srinagar under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) for allegedly providing shelter to terrorists
According to the report, investigating agencies found a module involved in hiding and providing logistical support to terrorists of TheResistance Front/Lashkar-e-Taiba (TRF-LeT) outfit, leading to the arrest of the involved persons.
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The charge sheet of the case was presented before thecourt against 13 accused persons including the terrorists of TRF-LeT onDecember 2, 2022.
Three residential houses located at Barthana in Qamerwariarea of Srinagar and one at Sangam, Eidgah provided shelter to terrorists formany days, police said.
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The houses at Qamerwari belonged to Shaheena and Asif AhmedDar and Mudasir Ahmed Mir, respectively, while the house at Sangam Eidgahbelonged to one Abdul Rehman Bhat.
The spokesperson of the Special Investigating Unit hasrequested the citizen to not provide shelter or logistics to terrorists failing which law will take it own course.
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Earlier on Friday, the SIU attached properties of three terror operatives, who owned their allegiance to the Jammu and Kashmir Ghaznavi Force, in Gool area of Ramban district.