JKLF ban: The Central Government took a big decision on Friday against terrorism. The Center has banned the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), the organization of Jammu and Kashmir separatist leader Yasin Malik. This decision was taken in the meeting of the Cabinet Committee of Security The government has taken this action under the anti-terrorism law.
Home Secretary given the information
Union Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba said that the Central Government today declared Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front as an illegal association under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act 1967 (Friday). This move was taken up by the government under the policy of Zero Tolerance against terrorism.
Overwhelmed with separatist ideology, more than 37 cases
The Home Secretary further said that the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front, led by Yasin Malik, gave rise to separatist ideology in the valley and it has been at the forefront of violence and separatist activities since 1988. Rajiv Gauba told that 37 FIRs have been lodged against JKLF by the Jammu and Kashmir Police. The CBI also filed two cases, including the case of murder of one IAF jawan. The National Investigation Agency has also filed a case, which is under investigation.
Speaking on withdrawal of security, also called Home Secretary
During this, he also said that a large number of separatist leaders were provided security by the state. After reviewing this, many such people were withdrawn and the review process will continue.
Allegations of involvement in anti-national activities (JKLF ban)
Let me tell you that JKLF is accused of supporting terror activities. Yasin Malik is alleged to have used anti-India activities since 1994. He went to Pakistan on the passport of the country and used to engage in anti-national activities there. After the recent Pulwama attack, the central government withdrew the security of all separatist leaders including Yasin Malik. Now taking a big step, the Modi government has banned JKLF.
Enforcement Directorate will also take action
On the other hand, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) is also engaged in legal proceedings against Yasin Malik in violation of the FEMA Act. Yasin Malik is accused of illegally placing foreign currency of 10 thousand US dollars. In this case, the ED has imposed a fine of Rs 14.40 lakh on another separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani on Friday.
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