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Government Declares Two Factions of Muslim Conference in J&K as Unlawful Associations

IndiaGovernment Declares Two Factions of Muslim Conference in J&K as Unlawful Associations

The Central government has declared two factions of the Muslim Conference in Jammu & Kashmir as unlawful associations, a move aimed at combating terrorism and safeguarding national security. This decision, made under Section 3 of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967, takes immediate effect and will remain in force for five years.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah announced the decision in a statement shared on the social media platform X. Shah emphasized the government’s unwavering commitment to dismantling terror networks and ensuring the nation’s safety and integrity. He reiterated Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s administration’s resolve to eliminate terrorism and cautioned that those involved in unlawful activities would face severe consequences.

The Muslim Conference Jammu & Kashmir (Sumji faction) has been found engaging in activities detrimental to India’s sovereignty and integrity. This faction has actively supported terrorist activities aimed at separating Jammu and Kashmir from the Indian union. Several criminal cases, including those under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967, have been filed against the Sumji faction and its members.

Similarly, the Muslim Conference Jammu & Kashmir (Bhat faction) has been implicated in promoting, aiding, and abetting secessionist movements in Jammu and Kashmir. This faction stands accused of supporting terrorism and engaging in unlawful activities that pose a threat to India’s sovereignty, security, and integrity. Like the Sumji faction, the Bhat faction and its members have faced multiple criminal charges under various sections of the law, including the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967.

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